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WIESEL'S 0BSTETR16 60NES. 

ynHESE Cones have been prepared for use in Obstetrical and 
Gynaecological Practice and will also be found valuable in 
Rectal and Prostatic Diseases. They are made of such shape as to 
admit of ready and easy introduction into the vagina or rectum, and 
can be applied without exposure. 

In Obstetric Practice they are indicated where it is desirable 
to anaesthetize the vaginal canal just prior to the completion of the 
second stage of labor or before using obstetrical instruments. 

In Rectal Diseases they are indicated where there is inflam- 
mation or soreness about the rectum or prostate gland, and they 
are especially recommended in Primipara, in cases of rigid Os 
Uteri, Uterine Cancer, and after operations upon the uterus and 
vagina, and are valuable in Haemorrhoids. 

FORMULA : Each Cone contains 1 grain of Cocaine, in addition 
to Boracic Acid, Oil Gaultheria and Cocoa Butter. 

PUT UP IN BOXES CONTAINING i AND i DOZ. 
PBICE 25 AND 50 CENTS A BOX. 

KOLLERINIA OR ViN. KOLLERIN. COMP. 

ViN. KoLLEBiN. CoMP. Contains a concentrated extract of the 
fresh selected leaves of ERYTHROXYLON COCA, Celery Seed and 
Chamomile with the finest Wine. 

The Celery and Chamomile not only form an excellent combin- 
ation, but serve to effectually disguise the very disagreeable taste 
of the fresh COCA leaves. 

This preparation is the result of careful study and manipulation. 
It has been successfully employed where the nervous system has 
been impaired by organic and functional disturbances. 

Dose. — A dessertspoonful to a tablespoonful every third or 
fourth hour. 

Physicians desiring to prescribe our WINE OF COCA will please 
specify VIN. KOLLERIN. COMP. to prevent substitution of worth- 
less articles. 

JOHN M. WIESEL, Pharoiacentical Ciemist, 



1101 MADISON AVE., BALTIMORE, MD. 



AROMATIC LIQUID PEPSIN 

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is strictly standard in quality and agreeable to take, and haa 
received the highest commendation of physicians. 
The price has lately been reduced and is now within the 

range of a larger number of patients. 
Physician's Visiting List, Formulary of Medicated Lozenges, etc., 
on application. 

J. F. HANCOCK. MANUFACTURING PHARMACIST, BALTIMORE, MD. 

JOHN D. McQONIGLE, 

Manufactubeb and Dealer in 

Sirgical, Deital and Ortloneilic Iistrnmeits, 

Trusses, Shoulder-Braces, Supporters, Crutches and 
Syringes. Razors, Shears and Scissors 
ground and polished. 

ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

1125 E. BALTIMORE ST., BALTIMORE, MD. 

D. N. WALFORD, if 

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Microscopes, Batteries, Trusses, Abdominal Supporters, Belts,! 
Shoulder Braces, Suspensory Bandages, Elastic Hosiery. All i 
the latest Surgical Appliances kept constantly on hand. 

Physician's Medicine Cases a Specialty.. 

Send for Catalogue and Prices. 



Dr. Uiilliam A. Hammond's 



Iliseases | Nervnus System^ 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



i The Hospital is situated on Columbia Heights, at 
' the corner of Fourteenth Street and Sheridan Avenue, 
j The position is the highest in the immediate vicinity of 
' Washington. The soil is dry and all the surroundings 
are free from noxious influences. The Fourteenth 
street cable cars run almost to the door. The building 
, is very large, and in its construction every sanitary 
requirement has been fulfilled. The number of 
patients is limited to twenty. Electricity in all its 
forms, baths, douches, massage, inhalations, nursing, 
etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in 
addition to such other medical treatment as may be 
deemed advisable. The building is heated throughout 
by steam. For further information Dr. Hammond can 
be addressed at the 



Hospital, I4th St. & Sheridan Av., Washington, D. C. 



PRIVATE HOSPITAL 



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University of Maryland. 

Hon. Severn Teackle Wallis, LL.D., Provost. 



FACULTY OF PHYSIC. 



Samuel C. Chew, M. D., Professor of 
Principles and Practice of Medi- 
cine. 

William T. Howard, M. D., Profes- 
sor of Diseases of Women and 
Children, and Clinical Medicine. 

Julian J. Chisolm, M. D., Professor 
of Eye and Ear Diseases. 

Francis T. Miles, M. D.. Professor 
of Physiology, and Clinical Pro- 
fessor of Diseases of Nervous 
System. 

Louis McLane Tiefant, M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Surgery. 

J. Edwin Michael, M. D., Professor 
of Obstetrics. 

Isaac Edmondson Atkinson, M. D., 
Prof, of Materia Medicaand Ther- 
apeutics, Clinical Medicine and 
Dermatology. 



Ferd. J. S. GORGAS, M.D., U.D.S., 

Professor of Principles of Dental 
Science, Dental Surgery and Den- 
tal Mechanism. 

James H. Harris, M. D., D. D. S., 
Professor of Operative and Clini- 
cal Dentistry. 

R. Dorset Coale, Ph. D., Professor 
of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

John Noland Mackenzie, M. D., 
Clinical Professor of Diseases of 
the Throat and Nose. 

Randolph Winslow, M. D., Profes- 
sor of Anatomy and Clinical Sur- 
gery. 

Charles W. Mitchell, Lecturer on 
Pathology. 

Joseph T. Smith, M. D., Lecturer on 
Medical Jurisprudence and Hy- 
giene. 

J. Holmes Smith, M. D., Demonstra- 
tor of Anatomy. 



The Eighty-seventh Annual Session will begin on the 4th day of October, 
1893, and will terminate in April, 1894. The didactic lectures are illustrated 
by laboratory and clinical instruction. Ward and amphitheatre clinics are 
held daily throughout the year. They embrace General Medicine and Sur- 
gery, Diseases of Women and Children, of the Eye and Ear, of the Nervous 
System, of the Skin, of the Chest, and of the Throat and Nose. Work in the 
Chemical and Histological Laboratories is obligatory. 

Every student, before graduating, has personal experience in practical Ob- 
stetrics. Ample provision for dissection is made. 

For further information apply to— 

I. E. ATKINSON, M. D., Dean, 

605 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 



DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 

This Department offers the best Modern Facilities for the study of Dentistry. 
The " Dental Infirmary and Laboratory Building " is excellent in its com- 
pleteness, its adaptability and its situation. Its Clinical Advantages are 
remarkable. 

For further information apply to 

F. J. S. GORGAS, M.D., D.D.S., 

Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, 

845 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md. 



College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md. 



Professors and Special Instructors. 

FACULTY. 



ABBAM B. ARNOLD, M. D., Emeritus 
Professor of Cliulcal Medicine. 

THOMAS OPIE, M. D., Professor of 
Gyneecology and Dean of the Faculty. 

THOMAS S. L.ATIMER, M. D., Professor 
of Principles and Practice of Medicine 
and Clinical Medicine. 

AAEON FBIEDENWALD, M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

CHARLES F. BEVAN, M. D., Professor of 
Principles and Practice of Surgery and 
Clinical Surgery. 

WM. SIMON, Ph. D., M. D., Professor of 
CUemlatry. 



GEORGE H. ROHE, M. D., Professor of 
Materia Media, Therapeutics, Hygiene, 
and Mental Diseases. 

J. W. CHAMBERS, M. D., Professor of 
Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. 

GEORGE J. PRESTON, M. D., Professor 
of Physiology and Clinical Diseases of 
the Nervous System. 

N. .T. KEIRLE, A. M., M. D., Professor of 
Pathology and Medical Jurisprudence. 

L. E. NEALE, M. D., Lecturer on Obstet- 
rics. 

R. B. WINDER, M. D., D. D. S., Professor 
of Principles and Practice of DentAl 
I Surgery as Applied to Medicine. 



ADJUNCT 

JOSEPH H. BRANHAM, M. D., Demon- 
strator of Anatomy. 

GEORGE THOMAS, A. M., M. D., Lecturer 
on Diseases of the Throat and Chest. 

WILLIAM S. GARDNER, M. D., Lecturer 
on Obstetrics and Demonstrator of 
Chemistry. 

G. A. LIEBIG, Jr., Ph. D., Lecturer on 
Medical Electricity. 

C. HAMPSON JONES, M. D. [M. B. Edln.], 
Da uonstrator of Physiology. 



FACULTY. 

HENRY P. HYNSON. PH. G., Demonstra- 
tor of Pharmacy. 

HARRY FRIEDENWALD, A. B., M. D., 
Lecturer on Diseases of the Eye and 
Ear. 

J. W. LORD, A. B., M. D., Lecturer on 
Dermatology. 

FR.\NK C. BRESSLER, M. D., Lecturer 
tiu the Diseases of Children. 

WM. F. SMITH, A. B., M. D., First Assist- 
ant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

F. D. SANGER, M. D., Prosector. 



The Regular Winter Session begins October 1st and ends April 1st annually, and 
is one of three annual sessions required for graduation. 

The student of medicine is given unsurpassed clinical advantages at this 
school. 

The New College Building. The Faculty takes pride in announcing that 
the New College Building Is complete in all Its appointments. 

The New City Hospital, a magnificent structure, with a capacity of 300 beds, is 
situated in the centre of the city. Its position enables it to command most of the 
accident cases occurring in Baltimore. A systematic course of bedside instruction 
l8 given in the wards. 

The Maryland Lying-in Asylum, established by this school In 1874, was the 
pioneer Institution of Its kind in the State. 

The Maryland Woman's Hosplt.il has been merged Into and forms an import- 
ant part of the New Baltimore City Hospital. 

The New Colored Hospital. The building formerly known as the Woman's 
Hospital has been torn down, and a handsome new structure is now open for the 
reception of patients. It Is the first hospital which was ever established In the 
State of Maryland exclusively for the colored race. 

Bay View, the Almshouse of Baltimore, which contains 1200 beds, has been 
thrown open for the clinical Instruction of students of this school. 

The City Hospital Dispensary, organized over twenty years ago, has become 
widespread in its influence and adds largely to the clinical attractions of the 
school. 

Frequent post-mortem examinations are made before the whole class, and 
the raedlco-legal bearings of cases are fully discussed. 

The Anatomical rooms are spacious and airy, and dissecting material abun- 

The Medical Profession and the Students of Medicine are invited to call and 
Inspect our equipment. ^ „ , , . „ 

For full information concerning the College, or for the Catalogue and An- 
nouncement, address 
THOMAS OPIK, M. D., Dean, N. W. Cor. Calvert and Saratoga Sts. 



Tlje Baltinjore IJedical College. 



The Annual Course of Lectures begins October 1st. 

FACULTY: 

CHARLES G. HILL, M. D., Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases. 
ROBERT H. P. ELLIS, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 
WILMER BRINTON, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
A. C. POLE, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. 
DAVID STREETT, M. D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine 
and Clinical Medicine. 
J. D. BLAKE, M. D., Professor of Physiology and Operative and Clinical 
Su rgery. 

8. K. MERRICK. M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest. 
GEORGE REDLING, M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Bye and Ear. 
T. A. ASHBY, M. D., Professor of Diseases of Women. 
ROBERT W. JOH NSON, M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery. 

W. B. D. PENNIMAN, Lecturer on Chemistry. 
WM. T. HOWARD, Jr., M. D., Pathologist and Instructor in Clinical Medicine, 
DANIEL L. BRINTON, L. L. B., Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence. 
A. K. BOND, A. B., M. D., Lecturer on Diseases of Children. 
J. WEBB FOSTER. Ph. G., Lecturer on Pharmacy. 
J. G. WILTSHIRE, M, D., Lecturer on Topographical Anatomy and 
Syndesmology. 

T. M. LUMPKIN, M. D.. Demonstrator of Minor Surgery and Bandaging and 
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
J. FRANK CROUCH. M. D., Demonstrator of Obstetrics. 
E. D. ELLIS, M. D., Instructor in Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 
R. B. WARFIELD, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
WIRT A. DUVALL, M. D., Prosector. 
J. M. H. ROWLAND, M. D., Instructor in Latin. 

This College is a member of the National Association of Medical Colleges. 

The Preliminary Fall Course begins September 1st, continues one 
month, and is gratis to all students. 

The Regular Winter Course begins October 1st, and is the only one 
counted as one of the regular courses required for graduation. 

It has always been the aim of the Faculty of this School to provide for 
students, opportunities for obtaining a practical medical education. We en- 
deavor, therefore, to have laboratory and clinical work keep pace with the 
didactic instruction. The wards of the Maryland General Hospital, which is 
owned and controlled by this College, are filled with patients suffering from 
almost every form of disease and injury, furnishing a larg« clinic of medical 
and surgical cases. Each student is required to complete the course in Anat- 
omical. Chemical, Histological and Pathological Laboratories; each candidate 
for graduation is required to pursue a course of practical hospital instruction. 

The Lying-in Department, thoroughly equipped, furnishes clinics in mid- 
wifery, throughout the year, every student witnessing cases of labor and be- 
coming well versed in practical obstetrics. The Gynascological Department 
furnishes a large clinic on Diseases of Women. The Eye and Ear Department 
18 well arranged for clinical teaching, and yields abundant material for practi- 
cal instruction of students on diseases of the eye and ear. 

The Baltimore Medical College Dispensary furnishes an out-door clinic of 
thousands of patients annually. Our clinical facilities are excelled by none 

Our New College Building is ready for reception of students. It is located 
on Madison St., corner of Linden Ave.; it is five stories high and contains a 
large lecture hall and modern amphitheatre, each with a seating capacity of 
500 students ; Faculty room, Dean's Oflice, large Dispensary and drug room 
on first floor, large Anatomical, Chemical, Histological and Pathological 
Laboratories. Itis one of the most convenient and typical medical coUeee 
buildings m the United States. ^ 

For further particulars, send for Catalogue, and address 
DAVID STREETT, M. D., Dean, 

403 N. EXETER STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. 



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List of Physicians and Surgeons, Dentists and Druggists, arranged 
alphabetically by post-offices. The physician's school practised 
is indicated by the appellations — (R) Regular, (H) Hom- 
oeopathic, and (E) Eclectic, together with his college 
and year of graduation. 



PRICE TWO DOLLARS,^ ^q^^, 

COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME. 

1892: 

G. GONSIBR & CO. 



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34 W. BALTIMORE ST., 
BALTIMORE, MD. 



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GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY-Medical Department. 

Annual Session begins first Monday In October. Continues seven months. 
FACULTY. 

Rev. J. Havens Richards, S. J., Prest. of Georgetown University. 

THOMAS AKTISELL, PH. D., M. D., Em- 



eritus Professor of Chemistry and 
Toxicology. 
SAMUEL 0. BTJSEY, LL.D., M. D., Emer- 
Itus Professor of the Theory and Prac- 
tice of Medicine. 

G. L. MAGRUDEE, A. M., M. D., Emeri- 
tus Professor of Materia Medlca and 
Therapeutics, Dean of the Faculty. 

JOSEPH TABER JOHNSON, A. M., PH.D., 
M. D., Professor of Gynaecology. 

CARL H. A. KLEINSCHMIDT, PH. D., 
M. D., Professor of Physiology. 

J. W. H. LOVEJOT, A. M., M. D., Profes- 
sor of the Theory and Practice of Med- 
icine, and President of the Faculty. 

SWAN M. BURNETT, PH. D., M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

JOHN W. BAYNE, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Surgery. 

I. W. BLACKBURN, M. D., Professor of 
Pathology and Histology. 

C. V. N. CALLAN, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. 

A. H. WITMER, M. D., Professor of Men- 
tal Diseases. 

IRVING C. ROSSE, A. M., M. D., Profes- 
sor of Diseases of the Nervous System. 

GEO. M. KOBER, M. D., Professor of 
State Medicine. 

H. M. NEWMAN, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. 

M. F. CUTHBERT, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. 



FRANK BAKER, PH. D., M. D., Professor 

of Anatomy. 
JOHN J. STAFFORD, Phar. D., A. M., 
M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Tox- 
icology. 

HENRY D. FRY, M. D., Professor of Ob- 
stetrics. 

WILLIAM H. HAWKES, A. M., M. D. 
Professor of Materia Medlca and Ther- 
apeutics, and Clinical Professor of 
Diseases of Children. 

JAMES KERR, M. D., M. CH., Professor 
of Surgery. 

F. T. CHAMBERLIN, M. D., Professor 
of Laryngology. 

J. J. KINYOUN, M. D., Professor of Bac- 
teriology and Hygiene. 

I. S. STONE, M. D., Clinical Professor of 
Gynaecology. 

H. A. BOBBINS, M. D., Clinical Professor 
of Dermatology and Genlto-Urlnary 
Diseases. 

W. H. COFFRON, M. D., Adjunct Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry. 

HUGH M. SMITH, M. D., Assistant to 
Professor of Physiology and to Pro- 
fessor of Pathology and Histology. 

J. F. MORAN, M. D., and E. R. HODGE, 
M. D., Demonstrators of Anatomy and 
Curators of the Museum. 

W. SINCLAIR BOWEN, M. D., Demon- 
strator of Obstetrics. 

W. C. WOODWARD, M. D., and H. J. 
CROSSON, M. D., Demonstrators of 
Surgei-y- 



The Course of Instruction Is graded, and attendance upon three annual winter 
sessions is required. Instruction Is given by lectures, recitations, clinical teach- 
ing, and practical demonstrations. In the subjects of Anatomy, Chemistry, Phys- 
iology, Hygiene, Histology, Pathology and Bacteriology, special practical labora- 
tory Instruction Is given. The Laboratories are equipped with the most approved 
appliances, including an ample number of high-power microscopes. 

Excellent and ample clinical facilities are furnished by the various hospitals 
and dispensaries. 

For annual announcement and further particulars address the Dean, 

De. G. L. MAGRUDER, 815 Vermont Ave., Washington, D. C. 



THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY. 

Chartered by the Legislature of Maryland in 1839. 
THE OLDEST DENTAL COLLEGE IN THE WORLD. 



FACULTY. 

RICHARD B. WINDER, M.D.. D.D.S., Professor of Dental Surgery and Operative Dentistry. 

M. WHILLDIN FOSTER, M.D., D D S., Professor of Therapeutics and Patliology. 

WM. B. FINNEY, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Mechanism and Metallurgy. 

B. HOLLY SMITH, M.D., D.D.S., Professor of Special Anatomy and Dental Materia Medlca. 

THOMAS S. LATIMER, M.D., Professor of Physiology. 

WILLIAM SIMON, M.D., Ph.G,, Professor of Chemistry. 

CHARLES F. BEVAN, M.D.. Clinical Professor of Oral Surgery. 

J. W. CHAMBERS. M.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

GEORGE H. ROHE, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica. 

LECTURERS. 

WM. F. SMITH, A.B., M.D., Regional Anatomy. J. MEYER, D.D.S., Continuous Gum . 
J. N. FARRAR. M.D., D.D.S., Irregularities. 
Dk. GEORGE EVANS, Crown and Bridge Work. 
Db. K. C. GIBSON, Artificial Palates and Fractured Maxlllaries. 

CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS. 



CORYDON PALMER, D.D S., Ohio. 
E. PAKMLY BROWN, D.D.S., N. Y. 
A. L. NORTHROP, D.D.S., N. Y. 
CHAS. R. BUTLER, D.D.S., Ohio. 
E. L. HUNTER. D D.S., N. C. 
W. W. WALKER, D.D.S., N. Y. 
T. S. WATERS, D.D S., Md. 
DAVID GENESE, D.D.S., Md. 



C. M. GINGRICH, D.D.S., Md. 

J. HALL MOORE, M.D., Va. 

R. B. DONALDSON, D.D.S., D. C 

H. A. PARR, D.D.S., N. Y. 

J. EMORY SCOTT, D.D.S., Md. 

E. R. RUST, D.D.S., D. C. 

C. L. ALEXANDER, D.D.S., N. C. 



DEMONSTRATORS. 

R. BAYLY WINDER, JK., Ph.G., D.D.S., Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 
W. G. FOSTER, D.D S., Demonstrator of Mechanical Dentistry. 

ASSISTANT DEMONSTRATORS. 

GEORGE E. HARDY, M.D.. D.D.S. J. W. SMITH, D.D.S. J. E. ORRISON, D.D.S. 

W. W. DUNBRACCO, D.D.S. G. MARSHALL SMITH, D.D.S. W.S. TWILLEY, D.D.S. 

J. S. SUTHERLAND, D.D.S. 

W. F. SMITH, A.B., M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

LOUIS F. ANKRIM, M.D., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

R. G. DAVIS, M.D., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

Students corresponding with the Dean will please he careful to give full address, and 
direct their letters to 

Prof. R. B. WINDER, Dean, 

No. 716 Park, Avenue, Baltimore, jSCd. 



SHELTERING AEMS HOSPITAL, 

No. 107 N. 14th St., RICHMOND, VA. 

TRAINED NURSES, GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS, OPEN ALL THE YEAR 
TO PHYSICIANS IN THE CITY. 

For terms, etc., address 

Dr. M. D. HOCE, Jr., No. 7 N. 3d St. 



Ealiiire llnifersitj Sciool of idicino. 



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NATIONAL CODES OF ETHICS. 



Code of Ethics of the American Medical 
Association, 

ADOPTED MAY, 1847. 



OF THE DUTIES OF PHYSICIANS TO THEIR PATIENTS 
AND OF THE OBLIGATIONS OF PATIENTS TO 
THEIR PHYSICIANS. 

Article I. — Duties of Physicians to their Patients. 

Section 1. A physician should not only be ever ready to obey 
the caUs of the sick, but his mind ought also to be imbued with 
the greatness of his mission, and the responsibilitj' he habitually 
incurs in its discharge. These obUgations are the more deep and 
enduring because there is no tribunal, other than his own con- 
science, to adjudge penalties for carelessness or neglect. Physicians 
should therefore minister to the siclc T\dth due impressions of the 
importance of their office; reflecting that the ease, the health, and 
the Uves of those committed to their charge depend on their sktU, 
attention, and fideUty. They should study, also, in their deport 
ment, so as to unite tenderness with firmness., and condescension with 
authority^ so as to inspire the minds of their patients with 
gi-atitude, respect, and confidence. 

Sect. 2. Every case committed to the charge of a physician 
should be treated with attention, steadiness, and hmnanity. Reason- 
able indulgence should be granted to the mental imbeciUty and 
caprices of the sick. Secrecj' and delicacy, Avhen reqmred by 
peculiar circumstances, should be stilctly obsen^ed; and the fami- 
har and confidential intercourse to which physicians are admitted 
in their professional visits should be used with discretion, and 
with the most scrupulous regard to fideUty and honor. The obUga- 
tion of secrecy extends beyond the period of professional service; 



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none of the privacies of personal and domestic life, no infirmity 
of disposition or flaw of character, observed during professional 
attendance, should ever be diviilged by the physician, except when 
he is imperatively required to do so. The force and necessity 
of this obhgation are indeed so great that professional men have, 
under certain circumstances, been protected in their observance 
of secrecy by com'ts of justice. 

Sect. 3. Frequent visits to the sick are, in general, requisite, 
since they enable the physician to ariive at a more perfect knowl- 
edge of the disease, to meet promptly every change which may 
occur, and also to tend to preserve the confidence of the patient. 
But mmecessaiy visits are to be avoided, as they give useless 
anxiety to the patient, tend to diminish the authority of the 
physician, and render him hable to be suspected of interested 
motives. 

Sect. 4, A phj^sician should not be forward to make 
gloomy prognostications, because they savor of empiricism, by 
magnifjdng the importance of his sei'vices in the ti'eatment or 
ciu-e of the disease. But he should not fail, on proper occasions, 
to give to the friends of the patient timely notice of danger, when 
it reaUy occurs; and even to the patient himself, if absolutely 
necessary. This ofiice, however, is so peculiarly alarming, when 
executed by him, that it ought to be declined whenever it can be 
assigned to any other person of sufficient judgment and delicacy. 
For the physician should be the minister of hope and comfort to 
the sick; that by such cordials to the drooping spirit he may 
smooth the bed of death, revive expiring life, and counteract the 
depressing influence of those maladies which often disturb the 
tranquillity of the most resigned in their last moments. The life 
of a sick person can be shortened, not only by the acts, but also 
by the words or the manner of a physician. It is, therefore, a 
sacred duty to guard himself carefully in this respect, and to 
avoid aU things which have a tendency to discourage the patient 
and depress the spirits. 

Sect. 5. A physician ought not to abandon a patient because 
the case is deemed incmuble; for his attendance may continue to 
be highly useful to the patient, and comforting to the relatives 
around him, even in. the last period of fatal malady, by alleviating 
pain and other symptoms, and by soothing mental anguish. To 
decline attendance under such circumstances would be sacrificing 
to fanciful delicacy and mistaken hberality that moral duty which 
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Sect. 6. Consultations should be promoted in difficult or pro- 
tracted cases, as they give rise to confidence, energy, and more 
enlarged views in practice. 

Sect. 7. The opportimity which a physician not imfrequently 
enjoys of promoting and strengthening the good resolutions of his 
patients, suffering tmder the consequences of viciQus conduct, 
ought never to be neglected. His counsels, or even remonstrances, 
will give satisfaction, not offence, if they be proffered with 
pohteness, and evince a genuine love of virtue, accompanied by a 
sincere interest in the welfare of the person to whom they are 
addressed. 

Article II. — Obligations of Patients to their Physicians. 

Section 1. The members of the medical profession, upon whom 
is enjoined the performance of so many important and arduous 
duties toward the community, and who are requii-ed to malie so 
many sacritices of comfort, ease, and health for the welfare of 
those who avail themselves of their services, certainly have a right 
to expect and require that their patients should entertain a just 
sense of the duties which they owe to their medical attendants. 

Sect. 2. The lirst duty of a patient is to select, as his medical 
adviser, one who has received a regular professional education. 
In no trade or occupation do mankind rely on the skill of 
an untaught artist; and in medicine, confessedly the most difficiUt 
and intricate of the sciences, the world ought not to suppose that 
knowledge is intuitive. 

Sect. 3. Patients should faithfully and imreservedly communi- 
cate to their physician the supposed cause of their disease. This 
is the more important, as many diseases of a mental origin 
stimulate those depending on external causes, and yet are only to 
be cured by ministering to the mind diseased. A patient should 
never be afraid of thus making his physician his friend and 
adviser ; he should always bear in mind that a medical man is 
imder the sti-ongest obligations of secrecy. Even the female sex 
should never allow feelings of shame or dehcacy to prevent their 
disclosmg the seat, symptoms, and causes of complaints pecidiar to 
them. However commendable a modest reserve may be in the 
common occurrences of life, its strict observance in medicme is 
often attended with the most serious consequences, and a patient 
may sink imder a painful and loathsome disease, which might 
have been readily prevented had timely intimation been given to 
the physician. 



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OF THE DUTIES OF PHYSICIANS TO EACH OTHER, AND 
TO THE PROFESSION AT LARGE. 

Article I. — Duties for the Support of Professional Cliaracter. 

Section 1. Eveiy individual, on entering tlie profession, as he 
becomes thereby entitled to aU its privileges and immunities, incurs 
an obhgation to exert his best abihties to maintain its dignity and 
honor, to exalt its standing, and to extend the bounds of its use- 
fulness. He should, therefore, observe strictly such laws as are 
instituted for the government of its members; should avoid all 
contumehous and sarcastic remarks relative to the faculty, as a 
body; and, while, by unwearied dihgence, he resorts to every 
honorable means of enriching the science, he should entertain a 
due respect for his seniors, who have, by theu' labors, brought it 
to the elevated condition Lq wMch he finds it. 

Sect. 2. It is not in accord with the interests of the pubhc or 
the honor of the profession that any physician or medical teacher 
should examine or sign diplomas or certificates of proficiency for, 
or otherwise be specially concerned with, the gi'aduation of persons 
whom they have good reasons to beheve intend to support and 
practice any exclusive and irregular system of medicine. (Sect. 2 
was adopted in Richmond, 1881.) 

Sect. 3. There is no profession from the members of which 
greater purity of character and a higher standard of moral excel- 
lence is required than the medical; and to attain such eminence is 
a duty every physician owes ahke to his profession and to his 
patients. It is due to the latter, as A^ithout it he cannot command 
their respect and confidence, and to both because no scientific 
attainments can compensate for the want of coiTect moral prin- 
ciples. It is also incumbent upon the faculty to be temperate in 
all things, for the practice of physics requires the unremitting 
exercise of a clear and vigorous imderstanding; and in emergen- 
cies, for which no professional man should be imprepared, a steady 
hand, an acute eye, and an unclouded head may be essential to the 
well-being, and even to the life of a fellow-creature. 

Sect. 4. It is derogatory to the dignity of the profession to 
resort to pubhc advertisements, or private cards, or handbills, 
mviting the attention of individuals affected mth particular 
diseases, pubhcly offering advice and medicme to the poor, gratis, 
or promismg radical cm-es; or to publish cases and operations in the 
daUy prints, or to suffer such publications to be made; to invite 



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laymen to be present at operations; to boast of cures and remedies; 
to adduce certificates of skill and success; or to perform any other 
similar acts. These are the ordinary practices of empirics, and are 
highly reprehensible in a regular physician. 

Sect. 5. Equally derogatoiy to professional character is it for a 
physician to hold a patent for any surgical instinunent or mediciae; 
or to dispense a secret nostrum whether it be the composition or 
exclusive property of himself or others. For, if such nostrum be of 
real efficacy, any concealment regarding it is inconsistent with 
beneficence and professional hberahty; and if mystery alone give 
it value and importance, such craft implies either disgraceful 
ignorance or fraudulent avarice. It is also reprehensible for physi- 
cians to give certificates attesting the efficacy of patent or secret 
medicines, or in any way to promote the use of them. 

Art. IL — Professional Services of Physicians to Each Other. 

Section 1. All practitioners of medicine, their wives, and their 
children while under the parental care, are entitled to the 
gratuitous services of any one or more of the faculty residing near 
them, whose assistance may be required. A physician afflicted 
mth disease is usually an incompetent judge of his own case; and 
the natural anxiety and solicitude which he experiences at the 
sickness of a wife, a child, or any one who by the ties of con- 
sanguinity is rendered peculiarly dear to him, tend to obscure his 
judgment, and produce timidity and in-esolution in his practice. 
Under such circtunstances, medical men are pecuharly dependent 
upon each other, and kind oflices and professional aid should 
always be cheerfully and gratuitously afforded. Visits ought not, 
however, to be obtruded oflolciously, as such rmasked civihty may 
give rise to embaiTassment, or interfere "with that choice on which 
confidence depends. But, if a distant member of the faculty, 
whose circmnstances are affluent, requests attendance, and an 
honorarimn be offered, it should not be declined, for no pecuniary 
obligation ought to be imposed which the party receiving it would 
wish not to inciu*. 

Art. III.— Of the Duties of Physicians as respects Vicarious Offices. 

Section 1. The affairs of life, the pursuit of health, and the 
various accidents and contiagencies to which a medical man is 
pecuharly exposed, sometimes require him temporarily to wiih- 
draw from his duties to his patients, and to request some of his 



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professional brethren to officiate for Mm. Compliance with this 
request is an act of com-tesy, which should always be performed 
with the utmost consideration for the interest and character of the 
family physician, and when exercised for a short period, all the 
pecuniary obhgations for such service should be awarded to him. 
But if a member of the profession neglects his business, in quest 
of pleasiu-e and amusement, he cannot be considered as entitled to 
the advantages of the frequent and long-contiQued exercise of this 
fraternal com-tesy, without awarding to the physician who officiates 
the fees arismg from the discharge of his professional duties. 

In obstetrical and important surgical cases, which give rise to 
imusual fatigue, anxiety, and responsibility, it is just that the fees 
acciTiing therefrom should be awarded to the physician who 
officiates. 

Art. IV. — Of the Duties of Physicians in Regard to Consultation. 

Section 1. In consultations, no rivalship or jealousy should be 
indulged; candor, probity, and all due respect should be exercised 
toward the physician having charge of the case. 

Sect. 2. In consultations, the attending physician should be the 
first to propose the necessary questions to the sick; after which 
the consulting physician should have the opportunity to make such 
further inquiries of the patient as may be necessary to satisfy him 
of the true character of the case. Both physicians should then 
retire to a private place for deliberation, and the one first in 
attendance should commimicate the directions agreed upon to the 
patient or his friends, as well as any opinions which it may be 
thought proper to express. But no statement or discussion of it 
should take place before the patient or his friends, except in the 
presence of all the faculty attending, and by their common con- 
sent, and no opinions or prognostications should be delivered which 
are not the result of previous deliberation and concurrence. 

Sect. 3. In consultation, the physician in attendance should 
deUver his opinion first; and when there are several consulting, 
they should deliver their opinions in the order in which they have 
been called in. No decision, however, should restrain the attending 
physician from making such variations in the mode of treatment 
as any subsequent imexpected change in the character of the case 
may demand. But such variation, and the reason for it, ought to 
be carefully detailed at the next meeting in consultation. The 
same privilege belongs also to the consulting physician, if he is 



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sent for in an emergency, when the regular attendant is out of 
the way, and similar explanations must be made at the next 
consultation. 

Sect. 4. The utmost punctuality should be observed in the 
visits of physicians when they are to hold consultation together, 
and this is generally practicable, for society has been considerate 
enough to allow the plea of a professional engagement to take 
precedence of all others, and to be an ample reason for the 
relinquishment of any present occupation. But, as professional 
engagements may sometimes interfere, and delay one of the 
parties, the physician who first arrives should wait for his asso- 
ciate a reasonable period, after which the consultation should be 
considered as postponed to a new apporutment. K it be the 
attending physician who is present, he will, of course, see the 
patient and prescribe ; but if he be the consulting one, he should 
retire, except in case of emergency, or when he has been called 
from a considerable distance, in which latter case he may examine 
the patient, iand give his opinion in writing and under seal to be 
delivered to his associate. 

Sect. 5. In consultations, theoretical discussions shoiild be 
avoided, occasioning pei"plexity and loss of tifne ; for there may be 
much diversity of opinion concerning speculative points, with per- 
fect agreement in those modes of practice which are foimded, not 
on hypothesis, but on experience and observation. 

Sect. 6. All discussion in consultation should be held as secret 
and confidential. Neither by words nor manner should any of the 
parties to a consultation assert or insinuate that any part of the 
treatment pm-sued did not receive his assent. The responsibUity 
must be equally divided between the medical attendants; they 
must equally share the credit of success, as well as the blame of 
failure. 

Sect. 7. As circumstances sometimes occur to render a special 
consultation desiraMe when the continued attendance of two physi- 
cians might be objectionable to the patient, the member of the 
faculty whose assistance is required in such cases should sedu- 
lously guard against all futin-e nnsoUcited attendance. As such 
consultations require an extraordinaiy portion both of time and 
attention, at least a double honorarium may be reasonably expected. 

Art. V. — Duties of Physicians in Cases of Interference. 
Section 1. ^ledicine is a liberal profession, and those admitted 
into its ranks should foimd their expectations of practice upon the 
extent of their qualifications, not on Intrigue or artifice. 



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Sect. 2. A physician in hiis intercourse with a patient, under 
the care of another practitioner, should observe the strictest cau- 
tion and reserve. No meddling inquiries should be made, no dis- 
ingenuous hints given relative to the natiu'e and ti-eatment of his 
disorder; nor any course of conduct pm-sued that may directly or 
indii-ectiy tend to diminish the tixist reposed in the physician 
employed. 

Sect. 3. The same circumspection and reserve should be 
observed when, from motives of business or friendship, a physician 
is prompted to visit an individual who is imder the direction of 
another practitioner. Indeed, such visits should be avoided, except 
under pecuUar circimistances ; and, when they are made, no 
particular inquiries should be instituted relative to the nature of 
the disease or the remedies employed; but the topics of conversa- 
tion should be as foreign to the case as circumstances will admit. 

Sect. 4. A physician ought not to take charge of or prescribe 
for a patient who has recently been under the care of another 
member of the faculty in the same iUness, except in cases of 
sudden emergency, or in consiiltation with the physician previously 
in attendance, or when the latter has relinquished the case, or 
been regularly notified tbat his sendees are no longer desired. 
Under such circumstances, no imjiist or illiberal insinuations should 
be thrown out in relation to the conduct or practice pi*eviously 
pm-sued, which should be justified as far as candor and regard for 
truth and probity wiU permit; for it often happens that patients 
become dissatisfied when they do not experience immediate relief, 
and, as many diseases are naturally protracted, the want of suc- 
cess in the first stage of treatment affords no evidence of a lack of 
professional knowledge and skill. 

Sect. 5. When a physician is called to an m-gent case because 
the family attendant is not at hand, he ought, unless his assistance 
in consultation be desired, to resign the care of the patient to the 
latter immediately upon his arrival. 

Sect. 6. It often happens, in cases of sudden illness or of recent 
accidents or injuries, owing to the alarm and auxiety of friends, 
that a number of physicians are simultaneously sent for. Under 
these circmnstances, comtesy should assign the patient to the first 
who arrives, who should select from those present any additional 
assistance that he may deem necessary. In all such cases, how- 
ever, the practitioner who officiates should request the family 
physician, if there be one, to be called, and unless his further 
assistance be requested, should resign the case to the latter on 
his arrival. 



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Sect. 7. When a physician is called to the patient of another 
practitioner, in consequence of the sickness or absence of the 
latter, he ought, on the return or recovery of the regular attendant, 
and with the consent of the patient, to siu-render the case. 

(The expression " patient of another practitioner " is understood 
to mean a patient who may have been imder the charge of another 
practitioner at the time of the attack of sickness, or departure 
from home of the latter, or who may have caUed for his attend- 
ance dming his absence or sickness, or in any other manner given 
it to be understood that he regarded the said physician as his 
regular medical attendant.) 

Art. VI. — Of Pecuniai'y AcJcnowledgments. 

Some general rules should be adopted by the faculty in eveiy 
town or district relative to pecuniary acknowledgments from their 
patients; and it should be deemed a point of honor to adhere to 
these rules with as much uniformity as varying circumstances 
will admit. 

Art. VII. — Duties of the Profession to the Public. 

Section 1. As good citizens it is the duty of physicians to be 
ever vigUant for the welfare of the commimity, and to bear their 
part in sustaining its institutions and burdens; they should also 
be ever ready to give counsel to the pubUc in relation to matters 
especially appertaining to then' profession, as on subjects of 
medical police, pubUc hygiene, and legal medicine. It is their 
province to enlighten the public in regard to quarantine regula- 
tions; the location, airangement, and dietaries of hospitals, asy- 
limas, schools, prisons, and similar institutions; in relation to the 
medical pohce of towns, as drainage, ventilation, etc. ; and in regard 
to measures for the prevention of epidemic and contagious diseases; 
and when pestilence prevails, it is their duty to face the danger, 
and to continue their labors for the alleviation of suffering, even 
at the jeopardy of their own Uves. 

Sect. 2. Medical men should also be always ready, when called 
on by the legally constitutxid authorities, to enlighten coroners' 
inquests and coiu^:s of justice on subjects strictly medical— such as 
involve questions relating to sanity, legitimacy, murder by poison 
or other violent means, and hi regard to various other subjects 
embraced in the science of medical jurisprudence. But in these 
cases, and especially where they are required to make post mortem 



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examination, it is just, in consequence of tlie time, labor, and skill 
required, and the responsibility and risk they incur, that the public 
should award them a proper honorarium. 

Sect. 3. There is no profession by the members of which 
eleemosynary services are more liberally dispensed than the medical; 
but justice requires that some limit should be placed to the per- 
formance of such good offices. Poverty, professional brotherhood, 
and certam of the public duties referred to in the first section of 
this article, should always be recognized as presenting vahd claims 
for gratuitous services; but neither institutions endowed by the 
pubhc or by rich individuals, societies for mutual benefit, for the 
insm-ance of fives, or for analogous pui-poses, nor any profession 
or occupation, can be admitted to possess such privilege. Nor can 
it be justly expected of physicians to furnish certificates of inabiUty 
to serve on juries, to perform mifitary duty, or to testify to the 
state of health of persons vsdshing to insure then- fives, to obtain 
pensions, or the Uke, without a pecimiary acknowledgment. But 
to individuals in indigent circimastances such professional services 
shoifid always be cheerfuUy and freely accorded. 



Code of Ethics of the American Institute of Homoeopathy. 



SCOPE. 

The scope of a Code of Medical Ethics comprises the reciprocal 
duties and obUgations of physicians and patients; the duties and 
obligations of physicians to each other; and the reciprocal duties 
and obUgations of physicians and the public. 

FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES. 

The great principles upon which medical etlfics are based are 
these:— 

1. The great end and object of the physician's efforts should be, 
" the greatest good to the patient." 

2. The rule of conduct of physician and patient, and of physi- 
cians toward each other, shoifid be the Golden Rule, "As ye 
would that men shoifid do to you, do ye also to them Ukewise." 

The various articles of the code are only special appUcations of 
these great principles. 



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Ill 



PART I, 

Reciprocal Duties and Obligations of Physicians and Patients. 
Article I. Duties of Physicians to Patients. 
Article II. Duties of Patients to their Physicians. 

PART II. 

Duties and Obligations of Physicians to Each Other. 
Article I. Duties as Members of the Medical Profession. 
Article II. Professional Services to Each Other. 
Article III. Vicarious Services. 
Article IV. In Regard to Consultations. 
Article V. In Cases of Interference. 
Article VI. Differences between Physicians. 
Article VII. Concerning Pecuniary Obligations. 

PART III. 

Reciprocal Duties and Obligations of Physicians and the Public. 
Article I. Duties of the Profession to the Public. 
Article II. Obligations of the Public to Physicians. 



Code of Ethics of the National Eclectic Medical Association. 



Section 1. The members of this Association shall exercise 
toward each other, toward all physicians— eclectics especially— and 
toward all mapkind that courtesy and just dealing to which every 
one in his legitimate sphere is entitled, and any departure there- 
from shall be deemed unprofessional, vmdignified, and unworthy 
the honorable practitioner of an honorable profession. It shall be 
regarded as unbecoming to engage in any form of practice, or of 
advertising, which shall tend to lower the physician in the esteem 
of the community, or to reflect discredit upon his professional 
associates. 

Sect. 2. While it is the undoubted right of every physician to 
present himself before the public in an honorable manner, and to 
state that he makes a specialty of any particular disease, no mem- 
ber of this Association shall advertise himself by handbUls, cir- 
culars, publication of cei-tilicates of cures, or any such means; nor 
associate himself in business professionally with any one so doing; 
nor advertise liimself as belonging to this Association, or any 



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auxiliaiy medical society, or any medical college. Any member 
knowing of any violation of this provision by members of this 
Association, or of any person not a member of this Association or 
any auxiliaiy medical society advertising himself as such, shall 
inform the Executive Committee of the matter, with all the facts 
in his possession; and it shall be the duty of the Executive Com- 
mittee thereupon to publish the facts in some pubhc journal circu- 
lating in the region where such offence has been committed. 

Discipline of Members. 

Section 1. Any member may be officially censured, invited to 
withdraw, or expelled from membership, for improper conduct, or 
a violation of professional comity. But it shall be necessary for a 
specific charge to be made in Avriting, and a copy to be presented 
to the person accused, or some person acting in his behaif, and 
another placed in the hands of the president or secretaiy one month 
before the tune of holding a regular meeting. 

Sect. 2. All professors or officers of colleges voting and other- 
wise co-operating in the conferring of the degree of Doctor of 
Medicine on any person not duly entitled to the same, by the 
necessary attendance on medical lectures and thorough examina- 
tions, shall be considered as Uable to the penalties enumerated in 
this article. 



CODE OF DENTAL ETHICS. 



ADOPTED AT THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE 
AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 
Article I.— The Duties of the Profession to their Patients. 
Section 1. The dentist should be ever ready to respond to the 
wants of his pati-ons, and should fuUy recognize the obhgations 
involved in the discharge of his duties toward them. As they are, 
in most cases, unable to correctly estimate the character of his 
operations, his own sense of right must guarantee faithfulness in 
theu- performance. His manner shoidd be firm, yet kind and 
sympathizing, so as to gain the respect and confidence of his 
patients; and even the simplest case committed to his care should 
receive that attention which is due to operations performed on 
living sensitive tissue. 



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Sect. 2. It is not to be expected that the patient wiU possess 
a very extended or a very accurate knowledge of professional mat- 
ters. The dentist should make due aUowance for this, patiently 
explaining many things which may seem quite clear to hunself, 
thus endeavoring to educate the public mind so that it will properly 
appreciate the beneficent efforts of our profession. He should 
encom-age no false hopes by promising success, when, in the 
natiu-e of the case, there is imcertainty. 

Sect. 3. The dentist should be temperate in all things, keeping 
both mind and body in the best possible health, that his patients 
may have the benefit of that clearness of judgment and skiU which 
is their right. 

Art. II. — Maintaining Professional Character. 

Section 1. .\ member of the dental profession is bound to main- 
tain its honor, and to labor earnestly to extend its sphere of use- 
ftilness. He should avoid everything in language and conduct 
calculated to dishonor his profession, and should ever manifest a 
due respect for his brethren. The young should show special respect 
to their seniors; the aged special encouragement to their jvmiors. 

Sect. 2. The person and office arrangements of the dentist 
should indicate that he is a gentleman; and he should sustain a 
high-toned moral character. 

Sect. 3. It is unprofessional to resort to pubhc advertisements, 
cards, handbills, posters, or signs, caUing attention to pecuhar styles 
of work, lowness of prices, special modes of operating; or to claim 
superiority over neighboring practitionei's; to pubhsh reports of 
cases or certificates in the pubhc piints; to go from house to house 
to solicit or perform operations; to circulate or recommend nostrums; 
or to perform any other similar acts. 

Sect. 4. Wlien consulted by the patient of another practitioner, 
the dentist should guard against inquiries or hints disparaging to 
the family dentist, or calculated to weaken the patient's confidence 
in him; and, if the interests of the patient will not be endangered 
thereby, the case should be temporarily treated, and referred back 
to the family dentist. 

Sect. 5. When general rules shall have been adopted by mem- 
bers of the profession practising in the same locahties in relation 
to fees, it is unprofessional and dishonorable to depart from those 
rules, except when variation of circmnstances requires it. And it 
is ever to be regarded as unprofessional to warrant operations or 
work as an inducement to patronage. 



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Art. III.— The Relative Duties of Dentists and Physicians. 
Dental siu'geiy is a specialty in medical science. Physicians and 
dentists should both bear tliis in mmd. The dentist is professionally 
limited to diseases of the dental organs and the mouth. With 
these he should be more familiar than the general practitioner is 
expected to be; and while he recognizes the superiority of the 
physician in regard to diseases of the general system, the latter 
is imder equal obUgations to respect his higher attainments in his 
specialty. When this piinciple governs, there can be no conflict or 
even diversity of professional interests. 

Art. IV.— The Mutual Duties of the Profession and the Public. 

Dentists are frequent witnesses, and, at the same time, the best 
judges of the impositions perpetrated by quacks, and it is their 
duty to enlighten and warn the public in regard to them. For this 
and the many other benefits conferred by the competent and 
honorable dentist, the profession is entitled to the confidence and 
respect of the public, who should always disci-iminate in favor of 
the true man of science and integrity, against the empiric and 
impostor. The public has no right to tax the time and talents of 
the profession in examinations, prescriptions, or in any way vsdth- 
out proper remimeration. 



PHYSICIANS' FEE BILL. 



]VIEDICAL, PRACTICE. 

First visit from $ 2 00 to $ 5 00 

Each subsequent visit 2 00 to 3 00 

Single visit and advice in special cases where the 

physician is not the regular attendant 5 00 to 10 00 

Day visit at a time appointed by the patient or his 

friends 3 00 to 5 00 

First consultation visit 5 00 to 15 00 

Each subsequent consultation visit 2 00 to 5 00 

Night visit (bet^veen 11 P. M. and sunrise) 5 00 to 10 00 

Detention with patient aU night 10 00 to 20 00 

Visit beyond the present limits of the city, for every 
mile, in addition to usvial charge, (night visits 

double) 100 

Advice anywhere except at office 2 00 to 10 00 

In case of several patients in same family, charge 

visit to one and advice to others, each 100 

Advice at the physician's office, according to im- 
portance, (night double) 100 to 10 00 

For written opinion 5 00 to 10 00 

For opinion involving a question of law 10 00 to 50 00 

For oral opinion as to health of patient 2 00 to 10 00 

OBSTETRICAL PRACTICE. 

For ordinary cases of midwifery from 15 00 to 50 00 

For preternatural cases of midwifery 25 00 to 75 00 

For extracting placenta alone 10 00 to 25 00 

For cases of miscarriage, charge as in ordinary 

midwifery 

Examination per vaginam 5 00 to 10 00 

Introduction of pessary 5 00 



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SURGICAL PRACTICE. 



Vaccination from 3 00 to 5 00 

do at office 2 00 

Gonorrhea or syphilis, (fee in advance) 15 00 to 50 00 

Amputation of large hmhs, through continuity of 

bones 50 00 to 100 00 

Amputation through large joints 50 00 to 100 00 

do toes or fingers 5 00 to 20 00 

do thi'ough tarsal or metatarsal and car- 
pal or metacai-pal bones 25 00 to 50 00 

Excision of diseased joints, large 50 00 to 100 00 

Operation for necrosis or exostosis 25 00 to 50 00 

Trepanning 30 00 t» 100 00 

Tenotomy 20 00 to 30 00 

Reductions of dislocations 10 00 to 100 00 

Adjustment of fracture of long bones 10 00 to 30 00 

Operation for Uthotomy 100 00 to 200 00 

Reduction of hernia (by taxis) 10 00 to 30 00 

Operation for hernia 30 00 to 100 00 

Important operations on the eye 20 00 to 500 00 

Minor operations on the eye 5 00 to 20 00 

Dressing recent wounds, opening abscess, intro- 
ducing seton or issue 2 00 to 10 00 

Each subsequent dressing in addition to visit 1 00 to 2 00 

Extirpation of polypus 5 00 to 50 00 

Extii-pation of tumor 5 00 to 200 00 

Operation for fistula in ano or in perineo 10 00 to 50 00 

Introduction of catheter or bougie 2 00 to 10 00 

Paracentesis thoracis, abdominis or vesicae 10 00 to 30 00 

Operation for hydrocele 10 00 to 30 00 

Operation for anemnsm 50 00 to 100 00 

Tying large arteries m case of womid 25 00 to 50 00 

Operation for hare lip 15 00 to 50 00 

Extraction of foreign substances 5 00 to 30 00 

Operation for tracheotomy 25 00 to 100 00 

Using stomach pump 10 00 to 30 00 

Reduction of prolapsus ani 5 00 to 10 00 

Operation for stricture of urethra 50 00 to 200 00 

Operation for phimosis or paraphimosis 5 00 to 20 00 

Operation for hemorrhoids 20 00 to 100 00 

Operation for imperforate anus or vagina 25 00 to 100 00 



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Removal of tonsils or uvula 15 00 to 20 00 

Extirpation of testicle 50 00 to 100 00 

Amputation of penis 20 00 to 50 00 

Evulsion of nail on finger or toe 5 00 to 30 00 

Resection of joints 50 00 to 100 00 

Fractiu-e of cranimn without ti-epanning 10 00 to 50 00 

Fracture of jaw 25 00 to 100 00 

Operation for ranula 5 00 to 10 00 

Division of frfenum 2 00 to 5 00 

Operation for recto vaginal or vesico vaginal fis- 
tula 50 00 to 150 00 

Post mortem examination in case of legal inves- 
tigation 25 00 to 100 00 

Post mortem examination at request of family. ... 10 00 to 20 00 

Examination for life insurance 5 00 

For family physician's certificate for life insm-ance, 

to be paid in advance by the company 10 00 

For certificate of causes of death in case of life 

insurance 10 00 

For certificate of vaccination 100 



DENTISTS' FEE BILL. 

Examination of the oral cavity $ 100 

Treatment of pulp cavity (each appUcation) 1 00 

Treatment by prescription 2 00 

Killing and extracting nerve 2 00 

Extraction of tooth 100 

do with anaesthetics 2 00 to 5 00 

FUhng (gold), mimmiun 3 00 

(All flUings offering more than orthnary difficulty, 
or taking more than 35 minutes of time, to be 
charged at the rate of $5.00 per hour, value of 
gold added.) 

FiUings — Cement 2 00 

do Amalgam 2 00 to 3 00 

do Porcelain 5 00 

Professional visits 3 00 

Appointments missed 3 00 

All other soi-vices. such as flhng or di-essing of 
teeth, repairing fiUings or removal of tartar, 
at the rate of $5.00 per hour. 



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Treatment pyorrhea alveolaris 5 00 to 50 00 

Artificial teeth, upper or lower set— rubber 25 00 

Entire upper and lower set— iiibber 50 00 

Set— Upper or lower- gold 90 00 

" —Upper and lower 160 00 

" —Continuous gum— upper or lower 100 00 

" Continuous gum— upper and lower 200 00 

Partial sets at comparative rates. 

Crown work, each 10 00 to 20 00 

Bridge work (minimum), per tooth 20 00 

Replanting teeth 25 00 

Regulating teeth 25 00 to 500 00 

Reduction of dislocated jaw 10 00 

do fracture of the lower maxiUa 25 00 to 100 00 

Consultation 5 00 to 25 00 



MARYLAND MEDICAL LAW. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, 
That sections 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 40, and 47, of Aiticle 43, 
of the Code of Public General Laws, title "Health," sub-title 
" Practitioners of ^ledicine," be and the same are hereby repealed 
and re-enacted with amendments and additions and that new 
sections be added to said article, to be designated sections 49, 50, 
51 and 52, so that the said sub-title shall read as foUows: 

39. Every person, not now practicing medicine and surgeiy, 
who shall hereafter begin to practice medicine and surgery in any 
of its departments except dentistry, in the State of Maryland, 
shall possess the qualifications required by this Act. 

40. From and after the first Tuesday in Jime, eighteen hundi-ed 
and ninety-two, there shall be and continue to be two separate 
Boards of ^Medical Examiners for the State of Maryland, one 
representing the Medical and Chirm'gical Facifity of the State of 
Maryland and one representing the Maryland State Homoeopathic 
Medical Society of the State of Maryland; each board shall consist 
of seven members, and each of said members shall sei've for a 
term of four years or imtil then- successors are appointed and 
qualified, each board to have exclusive rights to examine, pass 
upon the qualifications of and Ucense its own appUcants, said mem- 
bers of the first or old school board to be appointed by the Medical 
and Chirurgical Faculty of ifarj'land, of which two shaU be from 
the counties of the Eastern Shore and five from the Western 
Shore, of which latter number two shall be from the counties west 
of the Blue Ridge Mounfciius; and said second or Homoeopathic 
Board to be composed of seven physicians, appointed by the 
Maryland State Homoeopathic ^ledical Society, of winch three shall 
be residents of Baltimore and fom* of the State at large; the 
appointees shall be physicians actually engaged in the practice of 
medicine and of recognized abUity and honor; the term of office of 
each board shall commence on the first Tuesday in June, 1892; no 
member of any college or university and no physician having a 



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pecuniary interest in the trade of pliarmacy shall be appointed to 
sei-ve as a member of either of said boards; vacancies occurring in 
such for unexpired teions shall be filled by the board, in accordance 
"With the foregoing provisions of this section, and for expired tenns 
in same manner as for first appointees. 

41. That each Board of jNIedical Examiners shall meet within 
tliirty days after receiviag ofiicial notice of their appointment; at 
the first meeting of each of the boards respectively, an organiza- 
tion shall be effected by the election from their own membei'ship 
of a president and a secretary; for the purpose of examining 
applicants for Ucense each of said boards of medical examiners 
shall hold one or more stated or special meetings ru each year, due 
notice of which shall be made public at such times and places as 
may be determined by the members thereof respectively; at said 
stated or special meetings a majority of the members of the board 
shall constitute a quorum thereof; each of said boards of Medical 
Examiners shaU keep an ofiicial register of all appUcants for exam- 
inations for a license to practice medicine and sm-geiy ra this 
State; said register for Ucense shall show the name, age and last 
place of residence of each candidate, the school from which he 
or she may have gi-aduated, and whether such appUcant was 
rejected or licensed imder this Act, but such mattere shall not be 
written in said register or made public imtil after the examination. 

42. At the first meeting of an examining board, or at stated or 
special meeting held subsequently, suitable provisions shall be 
made by each of the examining boards to prepare a schedule of 
written examinations upon anatomy, physiology, chemistry, sur- 
gery, practice of medicine, materia medica, therapeutics, obstetrics, 
gynecology, pathology, medical jmlspi-udence and hygiene, and 
shall require the same standard of excellence fi-om all can- 
didates ; in the department of therapeutics and practice the 
questions shall be in haimony with the tenets of the school selected 
by the candidates, the sbindard of acquirements therein to be 
estabhshed by each board for itself; whenever members of any 
boards are necessarily absent from meetings held for tlie exami- 
nation of apphcants for license, smtable temporaiy provisions shall 
be made for thorough exammation in each and aU of the aforesaid 
subjects by the members present; the examination shall be funda- 
mental in character and such as can be answered in common by all 
schools of practice; the votes of all the examiners present shall be 
" yes " or " no," written with then- signatures upon the backs of 
the exammation papers of each candidate for the respective 
branches. 



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43. Tliat all persons commencing tlie practice of medicine or 
surgery in any of its branches after the passage of this Act by 
the General Assembly shall make a written appUcation for Ucense 
to the President of either Board of Medical Examiners which said 
apphcant may elect, together with satisfactory proof that the 
appUcant is more than tweutj'-one years of age, is of good moral 
character, has obtained a competent common school education, and 
has either received a diploma conferring upon him the degree of 
doctor of medicine from some legally incorporated medical college 
in the United States, or a diploma or license confening the full 
right to practice all the branches of medicine and surgery in some 
foreign countiy, and has also both studied medicine three years 
and attended three com'ses of lectiu'es in different years in some 
legally incorporated medical college or colleges prior to the grants 
ing of said diploma or foreign license; provided tliat two courses 
of medical lectm'es, both of which shall be either begun or com- 
pleted within the same calendar year, shall not satisfy the above 
requirements; pi-o^ided that this condition shall not apply to stud- 
ents in their second year in a medical coUege, nor to physicians 
who shall be practicing medicine at the time of the passage of this 
Act; such proof shall be made, if required, upon affidavit; upon the 
making of said apphcation and proof and pajTuent of fee as 
provided, the president of the board to whom such application was 
made, if satisfied with the same, shall direct the secretary thereof 
to issue to said appUcant an order for examination, and when said 
applicant shall have passed an examination as to proficiency satis- 
factory to said board, the president shall grant to such appUcant a 
license to practice medicine and siu-gery in the State of Maiylaad. 

44. That all examinations shaU be conducted in such manner 
that the name, school of gi-aduation and preparatoiy training of 
said appUcant shall not be made known to the Board of Examiners 
imtil his examination papers have been graded; an applicant receiv- 
ing the majority of the votes of the board before whom the appU- 
cant appears shall be considered to have passed a satisfactory 
examination and entitled to the license of said board. 

45. That a fee of ten doUars shaU be paid to the secretary of 
the Board, before whom the applicant appears, before such exami- 
nation is had, which said fee shall be appUed by said boai'd toward 
paying the expenses of said board. 

46. That the board shall refuse to gi-ant a Ucense to any appU- 
cant who may be radically deficient in his examinations in any 
essential branch; provided, that m case of failure, at any such 



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examinatioii, the candidate, after the expiration of one year from 
his rejection, shall have the privilege of another examhiation by 
the board to which apphcation was first made. 

47. That every hcense to practice medicine and surgery issued 
pursuant to the provisions of this Act shall be subscribed by the 
President and Secretaiy of the Board before whom appUcant 
passed, and by each medical examiner who reported the Ucentiate 
as having successfully passed said examinations; it shall also have 
affixed to it, by the person authorized to fix the same, the seal of 
said Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, or of the 
Maiyland State Homoeopathic Medical Society, as the license may 
require; eveiy such hcense shah be in following form: 

To all whom it may concern, greeting: 

Be it known that, , on the day of , A. D., 

having offered to us satisfactoiy proof that was more than 
twenty-one years of age, and had received a proper preli mi naiy 
education; that had attended three full courses of medical 
instruction, the last course at , in , in the years of 

, and had received from the of the degi'ee of 

doctor of medicine; we thereupon gave a wiitten order for the 
examination of said before one of the Boards of Medical 

Examiners of the State of Maryland; that the said was fully 

examined before our said board and found proficient and qualified 
to practice medicine and surgery by the examiners whose signatm'es 
are hereto attached; we, therefore, have granted to said , 
this our hcense to practice medicine and surgery in the State of 
Maryland as a physician and surgeon, and have caused the names 
of the President and Secretaiy of our Board and said Examiners 
to be subscribed, and the seal of om- society to be afBxed hereto, 
and have also caused this license to be recorded in book of 
medical hcenses, on page 

Witness our hands and seal of our said Society, this day of 
A. D., 18 . President; Seci-etary; Examiners. 

Sec. 48. Any person receiving a license from either of the said 
boards shall file the same, or a certified copy thereof, with the 
Clerk of the Circuit Com-t of the county or city in which he or she 
may practice, and it shall be the duty of said Clerk to register 
the names of such persons and the president of the board signing 
the same in a book kept for the purpose, as a part of the records 
of his office; and the number of the book and the page therein 
containmg said recorded copy shall be noted in the body of the 
license; said records shall be open to pubUc inspection, imder proper 



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restrictions as to their safe keeping, and in all legal proceedings 
shaU have the same weight as evidence that is given to the record 
of conveyances of land; the fee for each registration shall be one 
doUar, to be paid by the person whose license is registered. 

Sec. 49. This Act shall not apply to Commissioned Surgeons of 
the United States Army, Navy- or Mailn6 Hospital sei-vice, to 
physicians or surgeons in actual consultations from other States, 
or to pei-sons temporaiily practicing under the supervision of an 
actual medical preceptor. 

Sec. 50. Any person to whom the provisions of this Act apply, 
practicing or attempting to practice medicine or surgery la this 
State, without first having obtained the hcense of one of said 
Boards of Medical Examiners, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, 
and shall pay a fine of not less than fifty dollars, nor more than 
two himdred doUai-s, for each ofCense, or in default of payment 
shall be confined in the city or coimty jaU untU the fines and costs 
are paid, and shall be debarred from recovering compensation for 
services rendered as such physician or sm-geon. 

See. 51. The provisions of this Act shall not apply to any 
midwife or person who may render gratuitous services m case of 
emergency. 

Sec. 52. It is provided that said board shall make a written 
report to the ^Medical and Chirurgical Facility of Maryland and to 
the Maryland State Homoeopathic Medical Society every two yeara. 



VIRGINIA DENTAL LAW. 



Section 1767. Who May Practice Dentistry.— From and after the 
passage of this act it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in 
the practice of dentistry in the Commonwealth of Virginia, or to 
assist in the practice of dentistry as either assistant or employee, or 
to receive license from any commissioner of revenue, unless such 
person has graduated and received a diploma from the faculty of 
a reputable institution where this specialty is taught, and char- 
tered under the authority of some one of the United States, or 
of a foreign government, acknowledged as such, and shall have 
obtained a certificate from the board of examiners duly appointed 
under the provisions of section one thousand seven hundred and 
sixty-eight of Code of eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, to issue 
such certificates ; provided, that persons who shall be engaged in 
the practice of deutistiy in the Commonwealth of Virginia on the 
first day of January, eighteen hundred and ninety, and who shall 
comply with the requirements of section one thousand seven hun- 
dred and seventy-four of this act, shall be otherwise exempt fx-om 
the provisions of this section ; and provided further, that nothing 
contained in this section shall prevent a student who is pursuing a 
regular course of instruction from assisting a person in the practice 
of dentistry qualified as herein provided, or shall prevent any 
authorized physician or surgeon from extracting teeth for any one 
suffering from toothache. 

Sec. 1768. Board of Examiners : their Appointment and Terms. 
The board of examiners shall consist of six practitioners of den- 
tistry, of acknowledged ability in the profession, to be appointed by 
the Governor. The board shall continue to be divided into three 
classes with two members each, one of which classes shall go out 
of office each succeeding year ; and the Governor shall annually 
appoint the successors of each class, as it goes out, for the term of 
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four persons who shall be nominated by the Virginia State Dental 
Association, and reside in different sections of the State. All 
vacancies for unexpired terms shall be filled by the Governor on 
nominations made by the board. If no nominations be made by 
the said association or board, as the case may be, or the nomina- 
tions made be not approved by the Governor, he shall appoint such 
persons as he may deem fit. 

Sec. 1769. Their Duties.— It shall be the duty of this board— 
First. Meetings. — To meet annually at the time and place of 
meeting of the Virginia State Dental Association, or at such other 
time and place as the board shall agree upon, to conduct the exam- 
ination of applicants. 

They shall also meet for the same purpose at the call of any four 
members of the board, at such time and place as may be designated 
by said members. Thirty days' notice of the meeting shall be 
given by advertising in at least two of the daily papers published 
in the State. 

Second. Examination of Applicants, etc.— To grant a certifi- 
cate of ability to practice dentistry to all applicants who undergo a 
satisfactory examination, and receive at least four affirmative 
votes ; which certificate shall be signed by the members of the 
board, and be stamped with a suitable seal (which they may adopt). 

Third. Registry. — To keep a book in which shall be registered 
the name and qualification (as far as practicable) of every person 
to whom such certificate is granted. 

Sec. 1770. Transcripts fi'om Record Book, Evidence.— The book so 
kept shall be a book of record, and transcripts from it, certified by 
the officer who has it in keeping, with the seal of the board affixed, 
shall be evidence in any court of this State. 

Sec. 1771. Quorum.— Four members of the board shall consti- 
tute a quorum ; and should a quorum not be present on any day 
appointed for their meeting, those present may adjourn from time 
to time, until a quorum be present. 

Sec. 1772. Penalties.— Any person who shall, in violation of this 
chapter, practice dentistry in this State, shall, on conviction 
thereof, be fined not less than fifty nor more than two hundred 
dollars, and shall not be entitled to any fee for service rendered ; 
and if a fee shall have been paid, the patient may recover back the 
same. 



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Sec. 1773. Disposition of Fines.— All fines collected under this 
chapter shall go to the public school fund of the county or corpora- 
tion in which the prosecution is had. 

Sec. 1774. Dentists Required to Register. — Every person practic- 
ing dentistry in the Commonwealth of Virginia, at the time of the 
passage of this act, shall register his name and post-oflfice address, 
together with the name of the college from which he is a graduate, 
or the length of time he has been practicing in this Commonwealth, 
with the board of examiners before renewing his license, and it 
shall be the duty of the board to issue to each person so registering 
a certificate of registration stamped with the seal of the board, but 
no fee shall be collected by the board from persons so registering. 

Sec. 1775. Fees from Applicants. — To provide a fund to carry 
out the provisions of section seventeen hundred and sixty-nine, it 
shall be the duty of the said board to collect from those who ap- 
pear before them for examination, the sum of ten dollars each. 



W. E. NoRRis, Charlottesville. 



BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. 



W. W. H. Thackston 
J. Hall Moore, - 



Farmville. 
Richmond. 



W. H. Gringrich, 
D. D. Lester. 
Jos. K. Heist, 



Norfolk. 

Christiansburg 

Winchester. 



President, 



J. Hall Moore, 



Richmond. 



Secretary, 



W. E. Norris, - 



Charlottesville. 



PHYSICIANS. 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 

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Adams, A. C. (R) 808 llth N. W. 8 to 10 a.m., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1873. 
Adams. B. B. (R) 927 N. Y. av. 8 to 10 a. m., 2.30 to 5, 6 to 7.30 

p.m.: Tel. 579. Uni. Georget. 1874; JeflFerson 1875; Mem. 

Am. Med. Assn. and Med. Soc. and Med. Assn. D. C. 
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Howard Uni. 1885. 
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Babbitt, Z. B. (H) 810 llth N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 6 p. ra. 

Hahn. Med. Col. 1890. Mem. Am. Inst, of Homo. Sec. 
Wash'g. Homo. Med. Soc. 
Baggett. J. B. (R) 2418 14th N. W. 

Baker F. (R) 1315 Corcoran ave. N. W. Columb. Uni. 1880. 
Baker, lieigb Y. Rooms 31 and 32 Ohio Natl. Bk. Bldg., 12th 

and G. 9 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5.30 p. m. Uni. Mich. 1890. Chief 

Eye and Ear Clinic Homo. Emer. and Free Dispy. Hosp. 

Mem. Homo. Clin. Soc. of Md. and D. C. and Homo. Soc. of 

D. C. 

Baker. R. W. (R) 1408 N. Y. av. N. AV. 

Baldwin, W. O. (R) 2035 F N. W. Columb. 1852. 

Ball. C. A. (R) 233 G. Columb. Uni. 1877. 

Balloch, E. A. (Rl 906 O N. W. Howard Uni. 1879. 

Barker, H. H. (R) 1116 H N. W. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 1 and 5 to 7 

p. m. Uni. Georget. 1870. 
Barker.' J. M. (R) 916 E. Georgetown Uni. 1888. 
Barry. J. P. (Rl 2136 Pa. av. Louisville, 1890. 
Bayne, J. W. (R) 116 2d S. E. 7 to 9 a. m.. 1 to 2, 6 to 8 p. m. 

Uni. Md. 1868. 
Beall, B. M. (R) 1627 14th. Uni. Georget. 1873. 
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Beatty. li. K. (R) 610 E. Capitol. 8 to 10 a. m. , 1 to 2, 5 to 7 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1881. 
Bebrend, A. (E) 1214 K N. W. 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 8 p. m. Uni. 

Georget. 1866. 
Belt, E. O. (R) The Albany. 

Bennit, W. W. (H) 1423 S N. W. Howard Uni. 1871. 
Bermaiin, I. (R) 1016 I N. W. 9 a. m. to 1, 4 to 6 p. m. Wuerz- 

burg, Ger.. 1878. 
Bidwell, W. D. (R) 1535 P N. W. 

Bird, J. €. (R) 1336 G N. W. 8 to 9 a. m., 12 to 1, 4 to 6 p. m. 

Uni. Pa. 1854. 
Bishop, F. B. (R) 2120 Pa. av. Uni. Md. 1883. 
Blanchard, F. (R) 720 H. Dartmouth. 1877. 

Bland, M. Cora (E) 1121 10th N. W. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Phila. 

Eel. Col. 1878. Mem. Eel. Soc. D. C. 
Boarinaii, C. V. (R) 1104 Md. av. S. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1, 6 

to 7.30 p.m. Uni. Georget. 1871. 
Bogaii, M. V. B. (R) 606 Mass. av. N. W. 8 to 9 a. m.. 4 to 5, 7 

to 10 p. m. Nat'l Med. Col. 1851. 
Bogaii, S. W. (R) 421 G N. W. 8 to 10 a. m.. 6 to 8 p. m. Columb. 

Uni. 1860. Mem. Am. Med. Asso.. and Med. Asso. D. C. 
Bond, S. S. (R) 813 1st. Uni. Georget. 1866. 
Boss, B. D. (R) 1239 12th N. W. Columb. Uni. 1890. 
Bovee, J. Wesley (R) 916 15th. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 and 7 p. m. 

Tel. 986-3. Columb. Uni. 1885. Prof. Gyn. and Clin. Obstet. 

Nat'l Uni. Surg.-in-eharge Washin. Asy. Hosp. Obstet. 

Surg. Columbia Hosp. for Women. Att'ng Phys, St. Ann's 

Infant Asy. and Prov. Hosp. Mem. Am. Med. Assn. and Med. 

Assn. of D. C, and Med. Soe. D. C, and Med. and Surg. Soc. 

D. C. ^ 
Boweii, C. H. (R) 908 6th N. W. Columb. Uni. 1862. 
Bowen, W. Sinclair (R) 1531 I N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., l and 6 

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Uni. Asst. Surg. Emer. Hosp. Mem. Med. Assn. and Med. 

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Boyle, C. Breckinridge (R] 1531 14th N. W. 8 to 10 a.m., 

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Dem. Anat. Nat'l Uni. Mem. Biolog. Soc. 
Brackett, J. E. (R) 1310 R. I. Av. Columb. Uni. 1870 
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Briscoe, W. C. (R) 317 C N. W. 7.30 to 9 a. m., 12 and 5.30 to 7 

p. m. Uni. Georget. 1869. 
Bromwell, J. K. (R) 1147 Ct. Av. N. W. 8 to 10 a. m. 4 to 

5.30 p. m. Uni. Md. 1871. 
Brooks, Floyd V. (R) 1314 F N. W. 11.30 to 1. 3.30 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 1278. Res. 465 Florida Av. 8 to 10 a. m.. 5.30 to 7 80 
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Med. Assn. D. C. Chief Med. Ex. N. Y. Life Ins. Co. Ex-Pres 

Butler Co. Med. Soc. Pa., &c. 
Brown. C. W. (R) 902 14th. Long Island. 1871 
Bruckheimer, M. (R) 737 6th N. W. 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 7 to 

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Brumbaugh, G. M. (R) 904 Mass. Ave. Howard Uni. 1885 

Bryan, Joseph H. (R) 806 17th. 9 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. 
Tel. 756. Uni. Va. 1877. Uni. N. Y. 1878. Med. Staff Gar- 
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Buchanan, €has. Millon (R) 217 D. 8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1,4 
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Mem. Med. Soc. D. C. and Med. Assn. D. C. 

Balkley, J. W. (R) 1216 16tli N. W. Berkshire Med. Col. 1844. 

Barwell. J. P. (R) 904 14th. Jefferson, 1880. 

Burnett, S. M. (R) 1770 Mass. Ave. N. W. 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 

5 p. m. Bellevue. 1870. 
Burton. G. C. (R) 810 H N. E. Louisville Med. Col. 1881. 
Busej, S. C. (R) 1545 I N. W. Uni. Pa. 1848. 
Bushnell, J. H. (R) 1122 llth N. W. Starling, 1846. 
Butler, W . K. (R) 1107 llth N. W. 8.30 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. 

Columb. 1882. 

Byrns, W. F. (R) 35 B S. E. 7 to 9 a. m., 12 to 1, 6 to 8 p. m. 

Georget. 1873. 
Cabaniss. G. W. (R) 1906 K. Howard Uni. 1890. 
Caldwell, C. T. (R) 949 S N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2. 5 to 7 

p. m. Columb. Uni. 1879. 
Callan, C. V. X. (R) 1422 F N.W. 8 to 10 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. 

Uni. Georget. 1868. 
Cannon. W. D. (R) 1205 M. Uni. Georget. 1889. 
Capehart. B. A. (R) 808 19th N. W. 
Carlisle. G. M. (R) 229 Ind. Av. P. and S. Bost. 1890. 
Carr. W. P. (R) 1103 13th. Columb. Uni. 1888. 
Carraher, J. V. (R) 812 E S. E. 8 to 10a. m., 1 to 2, 5 to 7 p.m. 

Uni. Georget. 1886. 
Carroll, J. J. (R) 1322 13th N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 6 to 8 

p. m. Columb. Uni. 1877. 
Carroll. J. M. (R) 1736 14th N. W. 

Chamberlin. F. T. (R) 1226 12th N.W. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 2.30 

to 3.30, 6 to 7 p. m. Uni. Georget. 1883. 
Chapman. (R) 921 G N. W. Uni. Md. 1872. Mem. Med. and 

Chir. Fac. of Md. 
Chew, T. J. (R) 226 E. Capitol. 7 to 9 a. m., 1.30 to 2.30, 6 to 8 

p. m. Uni. Md. 1868. 
Clark, C. R. (R) 1502 19th N. W. 
Clark. G. C. (R) 12 4th S. E. 

Clark, Taliaferro (R) 1400 K N. W. 11 to 1, 5 to 7 p. m. Uni. 

Va. 1889-1890. 

Clement. A. B. C. (R) 28 N N. W. Howard Uni. 1887. 

Coe. A. (R) 1818 15th N. W. Nat'l Med. Col. Columb. Uni. Wash- 
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Cole. C. R. L. (R) 424 7th. Uni. Md. 1887. 

Collin!^, C. K. (R) 1125 14th N. W. Jefferson. 1884. 

Coiupton, Wm. Pcnn (R) 1732 K N. W. 9 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 
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Cook, G. W. (R) 14th and M. Uni. Md. 1869. 
Cottrell, J. F. (R) 1120 13th N. W. 

Coumbe, J. T. (R) 1312 9th N. W. Georgetown Uni. 1872. 

Cresson. H. J. (R) 19th and Pa. Av. Georgetown Uni. 1890. 

Crook, H. (R) 918 14th. Georgetown Uni. 1878. 

Cudlipp, M. A. (R) 635 M. Georgetown Uni. 1890. 

Cuthbert, M. F. (R) 1462 R. I. Ave. N. W. 8.30 to 10 a.m., 

12.30 to 1.30, 5.30 to 7 p. m. Columb. Uni. 1883. 
Danforth, R. F. (R) 919 12th. Georgetown Uni. 1885. 
Davis, C. A. (H) 1013 16th. Howard, 1883. 

Deale, Heury B. (R) 1224 14th. 8.30 to 10 a. m.. 4 to 5, 7 p. m. 

Tel. 780. Columb. Uni. 1887. A. M. Dickinson Col. 1885. Vis. 

Phys. Foundling Hosp. Mem. Med. Assn. D. C.,and Washing. 

Obstet. and Gyn. Soc, &c. 
Demarest, C. L. (R) 225 4i. Bellevue, 1879. 
Demeritt, J. H. (R) 1335 Vt. Ave. N. W. Georgetown Uni. 1868. 
Dennison, I. W. (H) 1114 N. Y. Ave. N. Y. Homo. 1890. 
Dexter, J. E. (R) 453 C. Uni. N. Y. 1861. 

Dillenback, W. J. (R) 1841 14th N. W. Columb. Uni. 1888. 
Donahue, F. (R) 1134 8th N. W. Georgetown Uni. 1872. 
Dooley, F. X. (R) 1355 Corcoran. Georgetown Uni. 1865. 
Dlifour, C. R. (R) 1009 H N. W. 9 to 12.30 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. 

Georgetown Uni. 1890. 
Dulaney, J. L. (R) 926 I. Uni. Md. 1868. 

Dyer, J. I. (R) 1438 Corcoran N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 5 to 7 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1845. 
Eaton, P. H. (H) 1318 I N. W. Howard Uni. 1881. 
Edron, Susan (H) 1308 I. Cleveland, 1854. 
Eliot, J. (R) 918 E. Georgetown Uni. 1889. 

£liot, li. (R) 1106 P N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 8 to 10 p. m. 

Georgetown Uni. 1874. 
Ellysou, B. M. (R) 907 E N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5, 7 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1888. Mem. Med. Assn. D. C. and Med. Soc. 

D. C. 

Evans, W. (R) 2103 9th. Georgetown Uni. 1852. 
Ewing, F. C. (R) 1929 K. Jefferson, 1884. 

Farnham, B. (R) 1103 M N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Uni. 
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Fenwick, G. P. (R) 504 6th S. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1.30 to 2, 5 to 

7 p. m. Columb. Uni. 1859. 
Finney, A. B. (R) 921 I. Pa. Med. Col. 1860. 

Fisher, E. W. (R) 14th and Sheridan Ave. Res. Physician Dr. 

Wm. A. Hammond's Private Sanitorium for Diseases of the 

Nervous System. Chicago Med. Col. 1884. 
Fletcher, R. (R). The Portland Flats. 

Fowler, W. C. (R) 1143 5th N. W. Georgetown Uni. 1888. 

Fox, W. H. (R) 1138 Ct. Ave. N. W. 9 to 12 a. m.. 4 to 5 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1884. ^ 
Franzoni, C. W. (R). Columb. Uni. 1869. 
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French, W. B. (R) 800 A S. E. Columb. Uni. 1881. 

Friedrich, li. li. (R) 329 E. Capitol. 7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2, 5 to 7 

p. m. Columb. Uni. 1881. 
Frost, E. F. (R) 248 3d. Jefferson, 1889. 

Fry, Henry D. (R) 1133 14th. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4.30 p. m. 

Tel. 494. Uni. Md. 1876. Prof. Obstet. Georgetown Uni. 

Obstet. Garfield Hosp. Mem. Amer. Med. Assn., and Amer. 

Gyn. Soc, and Amer. Electro-Therap. Soc, and Med. Assn. 

D. C, and Med. Soc. D. C, &c. 
Gardner, F. A. (H) 1016 14th N. W. N. Y. Homo. Med. Col. 1880. 
Gardner, J. N. (R) 1106 H N. E. 
Gatchell, W. F. (R) 227 9th S. E. 

Gibbs. B. F. (H) 1608 13th N. W. Hahn. Med. Col. Pa. 1885. 
Gilbert, C. B. (H) 1011 H. Hahn. Pa. 1876. 
Gill, W. T. (R) 1337 5th N. W. Columb. Uni. 1887. 
Gilliam, C. E. (R) 1204 G N. W. 

Gladiuon, Fdwiu (R) 503 New Jersey av. N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 

1 to 2. 5 to 7 p. m. Nat'l Uni. 1890. 
Oleeson, J. K. P. (R) 1316 R N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 5 to 8 

p. m. Columb. Uni. 1869. 
Oleiiiian, P. (R) 420 Florida av. N. W. Geneva, N. Y., 1850. 
Godding, W. W. (R) Gov. Hosp. for Insane. 
Ooodall, H. S. (R) 1016 lOth N. W. Columb. Uni. 1890. 
Goodman, W. R. (R) 216 13i S. W. 

Orabam, BT. F. (R) 907 N. Y. av. N. W. 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. 

Western Reserve, 1861. 
Oraliam, R. Henderson (R) 3d cor. Mass. av. N. W. 8 to 10 

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Columbus, Ohio, 1879. Union Co. O. Med. Soc. 
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Natl Uni. 1885. Med. Soc. and Med. Assn. D. C. 
Gunnell, F. M. (R) 600 20th N. W. Columb. Uni. 1847. 
Hagner, C. E. (R) 1744 M N.W. 9 to 10 a.m., 1 to 2, 4 to 5 

p. m. Uni. Pa. 1869. 
Hagner, D. R. (R) 1812 H N.W. 8.30 to 9.30 a.m., 12 to 1 

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Hall. A. J. (R) Prov. Hosp. 

Hamilton, A. G. (R) Room 6 Central Nat. Bk. Bldg. 9 a. m. to 
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Hammett, C. M. (R) 644 F S. W. 8 to 10 a.m., 1 to 2, 6 to 8 
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Hammett, C. M. Jr. (R) 644 F S. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 6 to 
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Hammond, T. V. (R) 1713 H N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 12.30 to 1.30, 
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Hammond, Wm. A. (R) 14th and Sheridan av. Uni. N. Y. 
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Handy, W. E. (R) 300 A S. E. 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2, 6 to 8 p. m. 
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Hannon, S. liUnt (R) 200 D N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 2, 4 to 7 

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Harrison, G. B. (R) 605 14th N. W. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1, 4 

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Harrison, I. S. (R) 718 10th. Med. Col. O. 1830. 
Harrison, J. S. (R) Med. Col. O. 1849. 
Harvey, H. M. (R) 610 B N. E. 

Hawkes, W. H. (R) 784 17th N. W. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 12.30 to 1, 

6 to 7 p. m. Uni. Pa. 1874. 
Hayes, H. L. (R) 113 1st N. E. 

Hazen, ». H. (R) 407 6th S. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 and 5 to 7 p. m. 

Uni. Georget. 1873. 
Hazen, \\. P. C. (R) 511 E. Capitol. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 6 to 7 

p. m. Uni. Georget. 1877. 
Heiberger, I. J. 722 18th N. W. 

Henderson, G. (R) 817 T N. W. 11 to 1, 5 to 7 p. m. Med. 

Col. O. 1869. 
Henning, R. E. (R) 704 B S. W. 

Herbert, J. W. (R) 205 H N. W. Uni. Georget. 1859. 
Heron, G. H. (H) 1214 6th N. W. Howard Uni. 1878. 
Heron, W. H. (H) 1214 6th N. W. Howard Uni. 1887. 
Hickling, D. P. (R) 232 3d N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3, 5 to 7 

p. m. Uni. Georget. 1874. 
Hill, R. S. (R) 1449 Rhode Island av. N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 6 to 

7 p. m. Uni. Georget. 1886. 
Hinds, Clara B. 607 3d N. W. 

Hofer, A. F. (R) 919 1st N. E. Columb. Uni. 1886. 
Holden, R. T. (R) 802 6th. Georget. Uni. 1881. 

Hood, T. B. (R) 1009 O N. W. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 12.30 to 2. 5.30 

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Howard, J. J. T. (R) 1126 9th. Georget. Uni. 1889. 
Howard, J. T. (R) 1126 9th. Uni. Georget. 1859. 
Hughes, W. D. (R) 651 H. Howard, 1884. 

Hyatt, F. (R) 1022 14th N. W. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 4 to 6 p. m. 

Uni. Md. 1872. 
Janney, E. (H) 12 Iowa Circle. Howard, 1882. 
Jenkins, R. (H) 1732 Mass. av. N. Y. Homo. Med. Col. 1887. 
Johnson, A. E. (R) 213 1st S. E. 7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2, 6 to 8 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1869. 
Johnson, Henry Li. .E (R) 1400 L N. W. 10 to 12 a. m., 5 to 7 

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Uni. Con. Surg. Woman's Clin. Surg, in charge Gyn. depts. 

Central Disp. and Emer. Hosp. Dean Wash. Training Sch. for 

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Assn. Am. Soc. of Microscop. and Clin, and Path. Soc. D. C. 
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Uni. 1865. ^ 
Johnston, G. F. 1762 N N. W. 

Johnston, W. W. (R) 1603 K N. W. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4 p. m. 

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Col. P. and S. Balto. 1881. 
Jones, A. W. (R) 129 D. Georget. Uni. 1891. 

Jones, D. W. (R) 526 3d N.W. Penn. Med. Col. 1861. Mem. 
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Keech, T. A. R. (R) 424 E. Capitol. 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2, 5 to 7 

p. m. Uni. Md. 1856. 
Kelley, D. J. (R) 1635 19th N. W. Georget. Uni. 1875. 
Kelley, J. T. (R) Columbian Hosp. 
Kennedy, C. T. (R) 205 G. Georget. Uni. 1892. 
Kerr, J. (R) 816 17th N. W. 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 3 p. m. Queen's 

Uni. Ireland, 1870. 
Ketcham, O. C. (R) 37 C N. E. Georget. Uni. 1871. 
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King, E. F. (R) 1116 M. Howard Uni. 1883. 

Kleinseliniidt,€. H. A. (R) 3045 NN. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 5, 

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Kolipinski, L.. (R) 625 I N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 5 to 7 p. m. 

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Koones, Chas. K. (R) 701 M N.W. 8 to 10 a.m., 12 to 2, 

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Chil. Hosp. Mem. Med. Assn. D. C. and Med. Soc. D. C. 
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liamb, D. S. (R) 800 10th N. W. Georget. Uni. 1867. Prof. 

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Georget. Uni. 1872. 
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Eel. Med. Col. N. Y. 1879. Mem. Eel. Med. Soc. D. C. 
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Pres. Med. Assn. D. C. Mem. Med. Soc. D. C. Am. Med. 

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liOvejoy, J. W. H. (R) 900 12th. Jefferson, 1851. 

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Uni. Georget. 1869. 
McDonald, T. L. (H) 1106 N. Y. av. Hahn. Pa. 1888. 
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Nat'l Uni. 

McGuire, J. C. (R) 1527 16th N. W. Nat'l Med. Col. Columb. Uni. 

Washington. D. C. 1879. 
McKim, S. A. H. (R) 25 5th S. E. 9 a. m., 12 to 1, 5 to 7 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1852. 
McKimmil. O. A. M. (R) 1333 N. Columb. Uni. 1891. 
Meliain, J. S. (R) 1924 N N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 and 5 to 7 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1871. 
M Cliaughlin, T. ST. (R) 1226 N N. W. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 

p. m. Columb. Uni. 1882. 
McPherson, D. M. (R) 1822 15th N. W. Howard Uni. 1877. 
McWilliams, A. (R) 461 Missouri av. N. W. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3, 

7 to 8 p. m. Columb. Uni. 1847. 
Mackall. J. M. (R) 1207 31st N. W. Uni. Georget. 1873. 
Mackall, li. (R) 3040 Dunbarton av. N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 

1, 4 to 6 p. m. Uni. Md. 1851. 
Mackall, L. Jr. (R) 3040 Dunbarton av. N. W. 
Mackey, A. (R) 8th cor. H. Uni. Md. 1890. 

Maddox, Wm. B. (R) 2139 Penna. av. N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 

6 p. m. Jefferson, 1877. Mem. Med. Assn. D. C. 
Madison, B. F. (R) 417 B S. E. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 6 to 8 p. m. 

Uni. Georget. 1884. 
Magruder, G. li. (R) 815 Vt. av. N. W. Until 10 a. m.. 3.30 to 5 

p. m. Sunday till 10 a. m. Tel. 334. Georgetown Uni. 1870. 

A. M. Georgetown Uni. 1872. A. B. Gonzago Col. 68. Emer. 

Prof. Mat. Med. and Therap. and Dean and Treas. of Fac. Uni. 

Georgetown. Cou'g Staff Prov. and Emer. and Central 

Hosps. Con'g Phys. Gonzago Col. and Georgetown Uni. 

Mem. Am. Med. Assn. and Med. Soc. and Med. Assn. D. C. 
Mallan, T. F. (R) 117 B S. E. 7 to 9.30 a. m., 1 to 2.30, 6 to 7.30 

p. m. Uni. Georget. 1880. 
Manning, W. P. (R) 2002 14th N. W. 8 to 9 a. m., l to 2, 5 to 7 

p. m. Uni. Md. 1879. 
Marmion, G. H. (R) 1115 F. Uni. Pa. 1866. 

Marmion, W. V. (R) 1108 F N. W. 9 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p. m. 

Uni. Pa. 1866. 
Marshall, C. (R) 1010 11th N. W. Howard Uni. 1883. 
Marsteller, A. A. (R) 304 C N. W. Col. of P. and S. Balto. 1873. 
Marx, G. 924 Mass. av. N. W. 
Mattingly, W. H. (H) 907 H N. E. 

May, Wm. (R) 318 17th N. W. Col. P. and S. City N. Y. 1874 
Mayfield, C. (R) 1335 30th N. W. 8.30 to 10.30 a.m.. 12.30 to 

1.30, 4.30 to 7 p. m. Columb. Uni. 1888. 
Mead, T. (R) 902 22d N. W. Uni. Georget. 1869. 



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MelTin, 91. B. (R) 814 4iS.W. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 and 8 p. m. 

Uni. Md. 1849. 

Meredith, J. Cabell (R) 806 11th N. W. 7 to 9 a. m., 13 to 3, 

5 to 7 p. m. Tel. 135. P. and S. 1885. Va. Med. Soc. 
Merriam, A. C. (R) 620 New Jersey av. N. W. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 1 

to 2, 5.30 to 7 p.m. Tel. 268. Columb. Uni. 1889. Mem. 

Am. Med. Assn. and Med. Soc. D. C. 
Merriam, E. C. (R) 622 N. J. av. N. W. 8 to 9 a. m., 1 and 6 to 

7 p. m. Dartmouth. 1863. 
Mew. W. M. (Ri 928 New York av. Columb. Uni. 1888. 
Middleton. R. 1212 9th N. W. 
Miller, T. (R) 16l6 7th N. W. Howard Uni. 1884. 
Miller. W. L. (R) 410 K N. W. Columb. Uni. 1883. 
Moifatt, S. S. (H) 719 nth N. W. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5, 6 to 7 

p. m. Uni. Mich. 1878. Mem. Am. Inst, and Wash. Homo. 

Soc. and Wash. Homo. Med. and Surg. Club. 
Mohliii, Thos. B. (R) 1005 H N. W. 8 to 10 a. m. , 1, 3 to 4 p. m. 

Columb. Uni. 1889. Dem. Physiol. Columb Uni. Mem. Med. 

Assn. D. C. 

Moran. J. F. (R) 2420 Penna. av. Georget. Uni. 1887. 
Morgan, E. L. (R) 1909 Penna. av. Med. Col. Va. 1879. 
Morgan, James Dudlej^ (R) 919 15th N. W. 9 to 10 a. m., 4 to 

5, 7 to 7.30 p. m. Georget. Uni. 1886. Sec. Med. Assn. D.C. 

Mem. Am. Med. Assn. Cong. Am. Phys. and Surg, and Assn. 

Phys. and Surg. Tel. 735. 
Morris. G. G. (Ri 1407 N. Y. av. Uni. Md. 1884. 
Muller, M. (R) 1027 9th. Uni. Bonn, Ger. 1876. 
Muncaster, M. (R) 1510 H. Uni. Md. 1883. 
Muncaster, O. M. (R) 1334 N. Y. av. Uni. Md. 1865. 
Muncaster, S. B. (R) 1510 H. Georget. Uni. 1885. 
Muudell, J. H. (R) 1022 18th N. W. Uni. Md. 1849. 
Murray. T. M. (R) 730 17th N. W. Uni. Md. 1873. 
Neale, R. A. (R) 1808 Penna. av. Georget. Uni. 1870. 
Xewiuaii, H. M. (R) 2403 Penna. av. Georget. Uni. 1876. 
Norconn, H. S. (R) 351 Penna. av. Uni. Pa. 1852. 
Ober. G. C. (R) 210 B S. E. Georget. Uni. 1872. 
Ogden, D. M. (R) 936 P N. W. Nat'l Med. Col. 1888. 
Okie. W. T. (R) 607 13th N. W. Jefferson Med. Col. Pa. 1862. 
Osiuun, Ctias. J. (R) 917 12th N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1, 4 to 

6 p.m. Tel. 749-2. Wash, and Lee Uni. 1872. Col. P. and 
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Palmer, W. G. (R) 929 H. Uni. Pa. 1844. 

Par^^ons, Mary A. (R) 1216 H N. W. Howard Uni. 1873. 

Patterson, A. C. (R). Columb. Uni. 1879. 

Patterson. D. C. (R) 919 I. Western Reserve, 1851. 

Perry, G.'S.iR) 1524 14th. Howard, 1884. 

Peter, A. (R) 3044 O N. W. Columb. Uni. 1861. 

Petteys. C. V. (R) 1822 12th N. W. Uni. Georget. 1873. 

Pile, M. W. (R) 1230 14th N. W. Woman Med. Col. Balto. 1884. 

Pope, G. (R) 1109 14th. Albany, N. Y. 1850. 

Posey, C. H. fR) 709 H N. W. 8 to 9 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. Tel. 702. 
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Poulton, W. E. (R) 426 4i. Uni. Georget. 1863. 
Price, J. F. (R) 605 6th. Wash. Uni. 1875. 

Purvis, Clias. B. (R) 1118 13th N. W. 8 to 9 a. m.. 5 to 6 p. m. 

Western Reserve, 1865. Prof. Obstet. and Dis. Women, and 
Sec. of Fac. Howard Uni. Phys. in charge Freedman's Hosp. 

Radcliffe, S. J. (R) 1523 K. Georget. Uni. 1852. 

Baud, C. F. (R) 1324 15th N. W. 

Rauterberg, L. E. (H) 510 5th N. W. Uni. Georget. 1867. 

Ray, P. S. (R) N. Capitol and L. Uni. Va. 1880. 

Beed, Jj. T. (R) 608 12th N. W. 

Reily, J. R. (R) 1523 K N. W. Uni. Pa. 1859. 

Reyburn. R. (R) 714 13th N. W. Howard Uni. 1880. 

Bicta, F. (R) 3227 N N. W. 

Richardson, C. W. (R) 1102 L. Uni. Pa. 1884. 

Bichey, S. O. (R) 732 17th. 9 a. m. and 1 p. m. Res. 1651 Penna. 

av. Chicago Med. Col. 1876. 
Riggs, D. H. (H) 1410 11th N. W. Homo. Med. Col. 1882. 
Ritchie, L. W. (R) 3259 N N. W. Uni. Georget. 1863. 
Bobbins, H. A. (R) 1226 15th N. W. Uni. Pa. 1861. 
Roberts. Grace (H) 420 C S. E. Howard Uni. 1877. 
Boberts, G. W. (H) 900 K N. W. 

Roberts, P. W. (R) 702 N. Carolina ave. Howard Uni. 1883. 

Robinson, T. (R) 1328 T N. W. Uni. Georget. 1876. 

Boss, Balph H. (R) 813 Vt. av. 9 a. m. to 12.30, 3 to 5 p. m. 

Uni. Georget. 1891. Asst. Dem. Anat. Uni. Georget. 
Rosse, I. C. (R) 732 H N. W. Uni. Md. 1866. 
Boy, P. S. (R) N Capitol and L. Uni. Va. 1880. 
Samson, G. C. (R) 2423 Penna. av. Uni. Pa. 1869. 
Schaeffer, E. M. (R) 813 14th. Columb. Uni. 1868. 
Schoenecker, J. W. (R) 716 12th. Wuerzburg, 1842. 
Scholl, J. (R) 615 D N. W. Tuebingen Uni. Germany, 1848. 
Sellhauson, E. A. (R) 640 G N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 6 to 8 

p.m. Nat'l Med. Col. 1874. Leipzig, Ger. 1877. Vis. Surg. 

Washg. Foundg. Hosp. Am. Med. Assn. Med. Soc. and Med. 

Assn. of D. C. 

Sessford, J. S. F. (R) cor. N. H. av. Georget. Uni. 1885. 

Shaw, J. W. (R) 908 McPherson Sq. Uni. Pa. 1890. 

Shirley, J. J. (R) 903 M. Columb. Uni. 1890. 

Shute, D. K. (R) 908 K N. W. Columb. Uni. 1883. 

Smith, T. C. (R) 1133 12th. Georget. Uni. 1864. 

Siiowden, A. (R) 1272 New Hampshire av. N. W. 

Snyder, A. A. (R) 3051 N N. W. Uni. City N. Y. 1882. 

Sohon, F. (R) 512 I N. W. Georget. Uni. 1888. 

Sonnenschraidt, C. W. (H) 1307 H. Georget. Uni. 1867. 

Sothoron, E. (R) 925 20th. Bellevue, 1890. 

Sothoroh, J. T. (R) 1919 I N. W. Georget. Uni. 1865. 

Sowers, Z. T. (R) 1320 N. Y. av. Columb. Uni. 1869. 

Spackman, Mary D. (R) 1634 16th N. W. Howard Uni. 1872. 

Sprigg, W. M. (R) 911 H. Columb. Uni. 1885. 

St. Clair, Francis A. (R) 1525 14th N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 13 to 1, 

4 to 6 p. m. Georget. Uni. 1890. Nat'l Col. of Phar. 1886. 

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Stafford. J. J. (R) 467 F S. W. Georget. Uni. 1885. 
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Stone, C. G. (R) Brightwood. D. C. Uni. Md. 1873. 
Stone. I. S. (R) 1309 H. Uni. Md. 1872. 

Stowell, €has. H. (R) 1326 N. Y. av. 9 a.m. to 12 ni., 4 to 5 
p.m. Uni. Mich. 1872. Mem. Med. Assn. D. C. Ed. and 
Pub. NaVl Med. Rev. 

Stratton, W. C. (H) 1422 K. Bost. Uni. 1878. 

Street. D. B. (R) 1102 9th. Uni. Georget. 1874. 

Sllddartb, J. (R) 821 N. Capitol. Nat'l Med. Col. 1868. 

Sumner. J. J. (R) 1018 17th N. W. Woman Med. Col. Pa. 1883. 

Suter H. (R) 1252 N N. W. Uni. Pa. 1877. 

Swormstedt. L. B. (H) 1455 14th N. W. Hahn. Med. Col. Pa. 1877. 
Tarkiugton, J. A. (R) 217 D N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1. 4 to 6 

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Med. Assn. D. C. 
Taylor. L. M. (R) 1312 Mass. av. Uni. Georget. 1860. 
Taylor, T. (R) 238 Mass. av. Uni. Georget. 1883. 
Taylor. T. A. (R) 338 Mass. av. Uni. Georget. 1885. 
Thompson, J. F. (R) 804 17th. Uni. Md. 1857. 
Thompson, M. F. (R) 1113 Penna. av. Columb. Uni. 1884. 
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Att'ng Phys. Wash. Day Nursery and Epiph. Mission Disp. 

Mem. Med. Assn. and Med. Soc. D. C. and Clin. Pathol. Soc. 

D. C, and Gyn. and Obstet. Soc, and Va. Med. Soc. 
Toner, J. M. (R) 615 Louisiana av. Vt. Med. Col. 1850. 
Torrev. T. (R) 708 11th S. E. 

Townshend. S. (R) 323 4i N. W. Columb. Uni. 1870. 
Trott, T. H. (R) 911 C N. E. Uni. Georget. 1867. 
Trudgian, J. B. (R) 316 Ind. av. Columb. Uni. 1887. 
Tyler, Abbie G. (R) 401 3d. N. E. Female Col. 1868. 
TJpham, W. C. (R) 1539 T N. W. Howard Uni. 1888. 
Vincent, T. N. (R) 1231 N N. W. 
Wales, P. S. (R) 817 I5th. Uni. Md. 1856. 
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Walsh, Ralph (R) 1504 H N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5, 7 p. m. 

Tel. 434. Georget. Uni. 1863. Mem. Am. Med. Assn. and 
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1868. Prof. Physiol, and Hygiene Nat'l Uni. Mem. Am. 

Med. Assn. and Am. Assn. Anat., and Inter '1 Med. Cong., 

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Wolhaupter, D. P. (R) 801 H N. W. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3, 4 to 

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Woodward, W. C. (R) 125 N. Y. av. N. W. Uni. Georget. 1889. 

Yarnell, J. H. (R) 3120 N N. W. Columb. Uni. 1881. 

Yarrow, H. C. (R) 814 17th. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5, 6.30 to 7.80 

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Columb. Uni. Cong. Surg. Garfield Hosp. and Woman's 

Clinic, and Mem. Am. Med. Assn. and Med. Soc. and Med. 

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Young, J. T. (R) 1336 N. Y. av. N. W. Bellevue Med. Col. N. 
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Young, P. G. (R) 1317 8th N. W. Uni. Georget. 1872. 



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BALTIMORE. 

Ames, Delano (R) lOOl Linden av. Uni. Md. 1892. A. B. 

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Mem. Biological Soc. of Wash. 
Andre, J. Ridgway (R) 1123 E. Bait. Uni. Md. 1850. Mem. 

Med. and Chir. and Bait. Med. and Surg. Socs., etc. 
Ankrim. L. F. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1886. 
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Aronsolin, A. T. (R) 712 N. Eutaw. 
Ashby, T. A. (R) 1125 Madison av. Uni. Md. 1873. 
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Tel. 1843. Uni. Md. 1865. Prof. Mat. Med. and Therap.jand 

Clin. Med. and Dermatol, and Dean of Fac. Uni. of Md. 

Med. StaflE Uni. Hosp. Mem. Assn. of Am. Phys. and Am. 

Dermatol. Assn. and Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin, and Bait. 

Ayd, J. (R) 1937 E. Monument. P. and S. Bait. 1886. 

Bacon, J. (H) 322 Charles. Jefferson, 1865. 

Bacon, Margaret (H) 322 Charles. Woman's CqI. Bait. 1886. 

Baden, J. A. (R) 2105 N. Calvert. Till 9.30 a. m., 2 to 3.30, 7 to 

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Baldwin, E. C. (R) 305 N. Exeter. Uni. Md. 1844. 
Baldwin. S. (R) 700 Lafayette av. Uni. Md. 1868. 
Ballard, E. K. (R) 855 Park av. Uni. Md. 1887. 
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4, 7 to 8.30 p. m. * Tel. 1661. N. Y. Homo. Med. Col. 1876. 

Gyn. Bait. Horn. Hosp. and Disp. 
Barkman, Geo. W. (R) 839 N. Eutaw. 9 a. m. to 9 p.m. P. 

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Barnard, Jas. S. (H) 2111 St. Paul. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 

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Surg. So. Homo. Med. Col. Surg, in charge So. Homo. 

Hosp. Mem. Am. Inst, and N. Y. Homo, and Md. Homo. 

Med. Socs. etc. 
Barnes, W. (R) 624 N. Broadway. Bait. Med. Col. 1880. 



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Batchelor, Kemp B. (R) 1807 N. Charles. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 4, 

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Bates, J. W. P. (R) 1020 E. Bait. Jefferson, 1862. 
Baxley, H. (R) Home for Incurables. P. and S. 1889. 
Baxley, H. M. (R) 1531 Madison ave. 

Beeler, G. B. (R) 648 W. Franklin. 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p.m. 

Uni. Md. 1876. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. 
Bell, A. T. (H) 9 E. Read. P. and S. N. Y. 1858. 
Bell. S. A. (R) 533 S. Sharp. Uni. Pa. 1869. 

Belt, A. M. (R) 1031 Cathedral. 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3, 6 to 8 p. m. 

P. and S. Bait. 1881. 
Belt, S. J. (R) 314 N. Exeter. Uni. Md. 1878. 
Bennett, James Bates (R) N. E. cor. Broadway and Gough. 

8 to 9 a.m., 2 to 3, 8 to 9 p. m. Bait. Med. Col. 1889. Mem. 
Med. and Chir. Soc. Asst. Phys. E. Dispy. 

Benson, C. W. (R) 521 Howard. Uni. Md. 1860. 
Benson, G. W. (R) 516 Hanover. Uni. Md. 1852. 
Benson, P. V. (R) 1047 Hollins. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 1 to 3, 7 to 9 

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Benzinger, J. C. (H) 2021 E. Bait. Uni. Md. 1868. 
Bernstein, Edward J. (R) 218 W. Franklin. 8 a. m. to 1, 4.30 

to 5.30 p. m. Uni. Md. 1887. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and 

Clin, and Bait. Med. and Surg. Socs. 
BeTan, C. F. (R) 807 Cathedral. 8 to 9 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 to 8 p. m. 

Uni. Va. 1869. Uni. Md. 1871. Prof, of Surg. Col. P. and S. 

Vis. Phys. Nursery and Child's Home. Surg. City Hosp. 

Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Bait. Med. Soc. etc. 
Biedler, H. H. (R) 119 W. Saratoga. 8 to 10.30 a. m., 2 to 4.30, 

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Billingslea, James (R) 15 W. Saratoga. 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 

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Billingslea, M. B. (R) 1206 E. Preston. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3, 7 to 

8 p. m. Tel. — . Uni. Md. 1874. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. 
and Med. and Surg, and Clin. Socs. 

Blake, Jno. D. (R) 602 S. Paca. 8 to 10 a.m., 6.30 to 7.30. 
P. and S. Balto. 1875. Prof. Surg. Balto. Med. Col. Surg. 
Md. Gen'l Hosp. Pres. Balto. Med. Soc. Mem. Am. Med. 
Assn. and Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin, and Med. and Surg. 
Socs. 

Blum, J. (R) 641 Columbia av. Uni. Md. 1885. 

Bolton, J. H. (R) 1120 N. Gay. Uni. Md. 1862. 

Bond, A. K. (R) 311 W. Biddle. Uni. Md. 1882. 

Bond, S. B. (R) 1830 Madison av. Till 9 a. m., 1 to 2, 7 to 8 p. m. 
Uni. Md. 1883. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Johns Hopkins 
Hosp. Med. Socs. and Journal Club. Asst. Med. Exam. Penn. 
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Boimett, Jos. A. (R) 1025 N. Caroline. 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 6 8 to 

10 p. m. Balto. Md. Col. 1890. 
Booker, W. D. (R) 851 Park av. Uni. Va. 1867. 
Booze. W. S. (R) 514 Sharp. P. and S. Balto. 1879. 
Bosley. James (R) HoUins cor. Mount. 8 to 9 a.m., 3 to 4 

7 to 8 p. m. Tel. 335. Uni. Va. 1874. Mem. Med. and Chir.' 

Fac. and Clin. Soc. 
Boyd, Harry (R) 677 Columbia av. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 6 to 8 

p. m. Uni. Md. 1888. 
Boyle, J. B.(R) 1001 N.Calvert. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3, 7 p. m. Uni. 

Md. 1869. ^ 
Branham. J. H. (R) 538 N. Arlington. P. and S. Balto. 1879. 
Bressler, Frank C. (R) 1713 Bank. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4, 6 to 8 

p.m. P. and S. Balto. 1885. Pres. Med. and Surg. Soc. 

Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin. Soc. Lect. Dis. Chil. and 

Phys. Diag. P. and S. Balto. Surg. P. W. & B. R. R. "Vis. 

Phys. Jewish Hosp. 
BreTitt, Jessie (R) 144 Wilson. Woman's Col. 1889. 
Brewer. G. G. (R) 712 Park av. Uni. Md. 1857. 
Brewer, M. (H) 1106 McCulloh. 8 to 9 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. Tel. 

449. Uni. Md. 1850. 
Brewster, Cora Belle (H) 1027 Madison av. 9 to 11 a.m., 

2.30 to 5 p.m. Col. P. and S. Bost. 1886. Mem. Am. Inst. 

and Md. Homo. Med. Soc. 
Brewster, Flora A. (H) 1027 Madison av. 8 to 9 a. m., 10 a. m. 

to 2 p. m. Chicago Homo. Med. Col. 1882. Mem. Am. Inst. 

and Md. Homo. Med. Soc. 
Brinton, Wilmer (R) S. W. cor. Calvert and Preston. 8 to 10 

a.m.. 6.30 to 7 p.m. Tel. 1636. Uni. Md. 1876. Prof. 

Obstet. Bait. Med. Col. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin. 

and Obstet. and Gyn. and Bait. Med. Socs. 
Britton, Edgar B. (R) 28 S. Broadway. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3, 7 

to 8 p.m. Tel. 450. Pulte Med. Col. Cin. O. 1878. 
Brown, Jas. (R) 131 W. Lanvale. 3 to 4. 7 to 8 p. m. Uni. Md. 

1875. Asso. Genito-Urinary Surg. Johns Hopkins Hosp. 

Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin, and Johns Hopkins 

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Browne, Bennet Bernard (R) 1218 Madison av. 8 to 10 a. m. 

and 4 p. m. Tel. 2037. Uni. Md. 1867. Prof. Dis. Women 
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Bubert, C. H. (R) 1926 Penn. av. P. and S. 1888. 

Buck, M. J. (H) 805 N. Charles. 8 to 9 a. m., 12 to 2, 7 to 8 p. m. 

Tel. . Jefferson, 1872. Hahn. Phila. 1876. Mem. Am. 

Inst, of Homo. 

Buckler, Thomas H. (R) 6 E. Centre. 9 to 11 a.m., 4 to 5 
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Burch, J. C. (R) 511 Hanover. Uni. Md. 1862. 

Burch, W. B. (R) 509 Hanover. Uni. Md. 1892. 

Burns, Wm. Clyde (R) 1126 E. Fayette. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4, 
7 to 9 p. m. Bait. Med. Col. 1890. 

Butler, J. H. (R) 521 W. Mulberry. Uni. Md. 1857. 

Canfield, Wm. B. (R) 1010 N. Charles. 8 to 10.30 a. m., 1 to 2, 
5 to 7 p. m. Uni. Md. 1880, Berlin 1886. A. B. Princeton 
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Carrick, H. J. (R) 1316 Myrtle ave. Uni. Md. 1888. 

Carter, J. M. (H) 728 Aisquith. Till 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 6 to 8 p. m. 
Uni. Md. 1864. 

Carter, M. H. (H) 1807 W. Bait. P. and S. Bait. 1878. 

Catbell, D. Webster (R) 1636 E. Bait. 2 to 3, 7 to 8 p. m. 1308 
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Catbell, Wm. T. (R) 1636 E. Bait. 2 to 5 p. m. 1308 N. Charles. 

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Practice limited to Dis. Throat and Nose. 
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7 to 8 p.m. Tel. 477. Col. P. and S. Bait. 1878. Prof. 

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and Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin, and Bait. Med. Socs. 
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Bait. Uni. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin. Soc. 
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440. Uni. Md. 1858. Prof. Practice Med. Uni. Md. Con'g 

Phys. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Mem. Assn. Am. Phys. and 

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Christian, J. H. (R) 1801 Madison av. Med. Col. Va. 1863 
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Clarke, James C. (H) 1025 Madison av. 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 4, 6 

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Dispy. Mem. Md. and D. C. Soc. 
Clarke, Jos. (R) 220 N. Greene. 8 to 11 a.m., 3 to 8 p.m. 

Guy's Med. Col. London, 1847. 
Clendiuen. W. H. (R) 201 N. Broadway. Uni. Md. 1852. 
Cochel. India M. (R) 1013 McCulloh. Woman's Col. 1887. 
Cockrill. J. M. (R) 1806 E. Bait. Uni. Md. 1871. 
Coffroth. H. J. (R) 346 W. Biddle. Uni. Md. 1879. 
Collenbcr^, J. H. (R) 1810 E. Bait. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 4, 7 to 9 

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Coiiflon. E. H. (H) 1403 W. Fayette. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 2 to 3, 6.30 

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Homo. Med. Col. Mem. Am. Inst, and Md. Homo. Med. Soc. 
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Tel. 1810. Uni. Md. 1859. Mem. Am. Med. Assn. and Med. 

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Cooke. Theodore (R) 518 Hanover. 7 to 7.30 a. m.. 12 to 1, 5 to 

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1891. A. B. Johns Hopkins Uni. 1889. Mem. Med. and Chir. 

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Coonan. J. N. (R) 1806 N. Bond. Uni. Md. 1861. 

Cordell, E. F. (R) 2032 Md. av. Uni. Md. 1868. 

Correll. J. W. (R) 926 Light. Va. Med. Col. 1859. 

Craigkill. Jas. M. (R) 1730 N. Charles. 8 to 9 a. m.. 3, 6 to 8 

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Credit!, J. O. (R) 420 N. Pine. 8 to 10 a. m. , 6 to 7 p. m. How- 
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Croiicli, J. Frank (R) Calvert cor. Preston. 3.30 to 4.30 p. m. 
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Crowe, Stephen (R) 1526 N Caroline 8 to 10 a. m.. 5 to 7 p. m. 

Bait. Med. 1892 Mem. Med and Chir. Fac and Med. and 

Surg, and Bait. Med. and Clin. Socs. Clin. Asst. Surg. Bait. 

Med. Col. Dispv. 
Crutchfiel<!. E. L,. (R) 1610 Eutaw PI. Uni. Md. 1887. 
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Uni. Mem. Am. Med. Assn. and Bait. Med. and Bait. Med. 

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I>ashiell. Nicholas Tj. (R) 700 S. Broadway. 9 to 11a. m., 4 to 
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I>ashiell, Nicholas li. Jr. (R) 700 S. Broadway. 9to 10 a. m.. 
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Davis, J. (R) 2102 Orleans. Uni. Md. 1887. 

Davis, Pinkiiey Jj. (R) 746 Dolphin. Till 10 a. m., 7 to 9 p. m. 

Tel. 1219. lini. Md. 1888. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. 
Davis, R. G. (R) 1507 N. Caroline. P. and S. 1882. 
Dennis, C. E. (H) 422 Greene. Hahn. Pa. 1892. 
Dewling, I. (R) 1523 W. Lanvale. 

De Wolf, J. H. (R) 1600 W. Franklin. Jefferson, 1878. 

Dodson, C. M. (R) 1408 Madison av. Bait. Med. Col. 1883. 

Dorsey, B. W. (R) 806 N. Calvert. Uni. Md. 1856. 

]>owues, C. E. (R) 400 Park av. Jefferson, 1888. 

Drane, F. C. (H) 1001 W. Lanvale. Hahn. Pa. 1888. 

Duvall, W. A. (R) 2803 Rayner av. Uni. Md. 1888. 

Dwiuelle, James E. (R) 1701 E. Bait. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 3 to 4, 

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Earle, Sam'l T. (R) 1431 Linden av. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3, 7 to 8 
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Eastman, L. M. (R) 772 W. Lexington. Uni. Md. 1859. 

Ebaugh, I. (R) Penn. av. Uni. Md. 1889. 

Eilau, E. W. (R) 1523 E. Bait. At 8 a. m., 3 and 7 p. m. TeL 
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Elderdiee, I. H. (R) 721 Columbia av. 7 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3, 7 to 
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Eley, Jj. Jj. (R). Resident Phys. Free Lying-in Uni. Md. Hosp. 

Uni. Md. 1892. 
Ellis, E. D. (R) 915 Light. Bait. Med. Col. 1890. 
Ellis, R. H. P. (R) 733 W. Fayette. Uni. Md. 1877. 
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Acad, of Med. 

Farrar, J. Davidson (R) 302 W. Lanvale. 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 

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Fawcett, C. (R) 550 Mosher. Till 10 a. m., 2 to 4, after 7 p. m. 
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Fawcett, Robert (R) 550 Mosher. Till 10 a. m., 2 to 4, after 7 
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Fawsett, H. A. (R) 703 E. Preston. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 6 to 8 
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Fechtig, J. A. (H) 951 Madison av. Hahn. Pa. 1870. 

Feuby, Edwin B. (R) 1219 N. Caroline. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 and 7 to 

8 p. m. Uni. Md. 1878. Med. and Surg, and Clin. Socs. 



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Fetterlioff, I. li. (H) 905 N. Gilmor. Hahn. Pa. 1886. 
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Johns Hopkins Hosp. 
Finney, J. M. T. (R) 923 N. Charles. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m. 

Harvard, 1888. 
Fiske, J. 1>. (R) 11 S. Gay. Uni. Md. 1875. 
Fleming, G. A. (R) 928 Madison av. Uni. Md. 1884. 
Fleming, Marv (R) 309 W. Biddle. Bait. Med. Col. 1888. 
Foard, A. j. (R) 2109 E. North av. Uni. N. Y. 1861. 
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Washington Uni. 1873. Mem. Med. and Chir. and Bait. 

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Free, E. W. (R) 602 N. Carey. 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3, 6 to 7 p.m. 

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Frey, li. F. (R) 2414 Druid Hill av. Bait. Med. Col. 1888. 
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Uni. Md. 1860. Prof. Eye and Ear Col. P. and S. Mem. Am. 

Med. Assn. and Med., and Chir. Fac. and Clin, and Bait. 

Med. and Bait. Med. and Surg. Socs. 
Friedenwald, H. (R) 922 Madison av. P. and S. Bait. 1886. 
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Gage. A. L. (R) 522 N. Broadway. P. and S. Bait. 1885. 
Gaitlier, A. B. (R) 217 E. 21st. Uni. Md. 1887. 
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Gamble, Cary B. Jr. (R) 925 Cathedral. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 

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Garey, H. F. (H) 411 Charles. Washg Uni. 1876. 

Gately, M. J. (R) 111 S. Broadway. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 
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Gavin, F. D. (R) Church Home. Uni. Md. 1874. 

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Giles, A. B. (R) 1340 Aisquith. Uni. Md. 1880. 

Oilliam, E. W. (H) 1313 N. Eden. 1 to 2, 6 to 7 p. m. Hahn. 
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Gilliss, J. A. (R) 437 Biddle. Wash'n Uni. 1870. 

Gilroy, W. S. (R) 1049 N. Broadway. 8 to 10 a. m.. 2 to 4. 6 to 8 

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Glocker, T. W. (R) l019McCulloh. Uni. Md. 1861. 
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Woman's Med. Col. Bait. 1889. Mem. Woman's Med. Soc. 
Goldsmith, R. H. (R) Harlem av. Uni. Md. 1852. 
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Green, Wm. (R) 1124 N. Charles. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3, 7 to 8 
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Greene, C. E. (R) 4 S. Broadway. P. and S. Bait. 1891. 
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Grimes, J. H. (R) 2100 Md. av. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. Of- 
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Gross. J. I. (R) Caroline cor. Orleans. Uni. Md. 1865. 

Grove, B. F. (R) 209 E. Preston. Uni. Md. 1877. 

Gwynn. H. B. (R) 724 N. Gilmor. Bait. Uni. 1887. 

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Haefuer, G. A. (R) 1008 Stiles. Uni. Md. 1877. 

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Halstead, Wm. S. (R) Eutaw PI. cor. Dolphin. Col P and 
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Hamill, G. W. (R) 327 E. North av. Bellevue, 1873. 

Hammer, M. E. (R) 1011 Light. Uni. Md. 1888. 

Hammond, J. R. (R) 502 N. Carey. Uni. Md. 1866. 

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Harris, J. C. (R) 773 W. Lexington. Uni. Md. 1862. 

Harrison, G. (R) Uni. Hosp. Uni. Md. 1893. 

Harrisoii, W. G. (R) 26 E. Mt. Vernon. Bellevue, 1864. 

Hart. J. B. (R) SlH Jefferson av. Uni. Md. 1883. 

Hartley, F. W. 326 N. Eutaw. 8 to 9 a.m., 2 to 5.30, 6 to 9 

p. m. Dis. of the Nose, Tliroat and Ear. 
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Hartwig, C. W. (R) Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hosp. Uni. 

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Hayden, H. H. (R) City Hosp. P. and S. 1892. 

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Hill, H. F. (R) 1001 Edmondson av. Uni. Md. 1877. 
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Hoffmann, Robert (R) 502 W. Fayette. 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3, 

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Homo, and Clin. Soc. of Md. and D. C. Vis. Phys. Md. Homo. 

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Hood, J. (H) 1312 Harlem av. Uni. Mich. 1868. 
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Iglehart, ]V. E. (R) 1813 N. Calvert. Uni. Md. 1888. 
Ingle, J. I.owrie (R) 1007 W. Lanvale. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 to 

8 p. m. Uni. N. Y. 1871. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and 
Clin, and Bait. Med. Socs. 

Ireland, D. C. (R) 1420 E. Chase. Uni. Pa. 1867. 

Irons, E. P. (R) S. W. cor. Bait, and Wolfe. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3, 

7 to 8 p. m. Uni. Md. 1865. Mem.. Med. and Chir. Fac. and 

Med. and Surg. Soc. 
Janney, E. W. (R) 1250 Hull. Uni. Md. 1862. 
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Jay, John G. (R) 210 W. Franklin. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 to 8 

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Clin. Surg. Uni. Md. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin. 

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Jenkins, F. (R) 400 Cathedral. Uni. Md. 1849. 

Johnson, R. W. (R) 101 W. Franklin. Uni. Pa. 1879. 

Johnston, Sani'l (R) 204 W. Monument. 9 a. m. to 1. Jeffer- 
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Con'g Surg. Church Home and Inf 'y. Fel. Am. Laryng. Assn. 
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Jolitfe, C. J. 335 21st. Bait. Uni. 1892. 

Jones, C. Hanipson (R) 25 W. Saratoga. 8 to 10 a. m., 5.30 to 
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S. Vis. Phys. Bayview. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin, 
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Jones, C. H. (R) 1083 W. Fayette. Uni. Md. 1852. 

Jones, D. W. (R) 3118 O'Donnell. Bait. Uni. 1886. 

Jones, W. J. (R) 510 Parkav. 9 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5, 7 to 8 p. m 
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Jump, C. K. (R) 917 Argyle av. Uni. Md. 1885. 



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Keene. S. A. (R) 1520 Druid Hill av. 

Keirle, G. (R) 1419 W. Lexington. Uni. Md. 1858. 
Keller, F. P. (R) 1033 McCuUoh. Uni. Md. 1878. 
Keller. J. G. (R) 222 Monument. Uni. Md. 1863. 
Kelly, Howard A. (R) 905 N. Charles. Tues. and Thurs. con- 
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1877. Prof. Gyn. and Obstet. Johns Hopkins Uni. Gyn. and 

Obstet. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Mem. Am. Gyn. Soc. and Med. 

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Mem. Gesellschaft fur Geburtshiilfe, Leipzig, Ger. Cor. 

Mem. Societe Obstetrical et Gynecologique de Paris. 

Cong. Surg. Kensington Hosp. for Women, Phila. Private 

Sanatorium, 1418 Eutaw Place. 
Kemp, W. F. A. (R) 305 N. Greene. Till 9.30 a. m., 3 p. m. Uni. 

Md. 1872. Treas. Med. and Chir. Fac. 
King, J. T. (R) 640 N. Harlem av. Uni. Md. 1866. 
Kintzing, P. (R) 60 W. Franklin. Uni. Pa. 1887. 
Kirby, T. E. (R) 645 Columbia av. Uni. Md. 1866. 
Kloman, W. C. (R) 808 W. North av. Uni. Md. 1855. 
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Knight. L. W. (R) 414 N. Greene. Uni. Md. 1866. 
Knipp, H. E. (R) 523 Scott. Uni. Md. 1887. 
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P. and S. Bait. 1889. Ph. G. Md. Col. Phar. 1885. Vis. Phys. 

Hebrew Hosp. Mem. Clin. Soc. 
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Liappe, M. (R) Boston and Chester. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 7 to 9 

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Uni. Md. 1892. 
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I^ewiS, J. N. (R) City Hosp. P. and S. 1892. 
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Lickle, J. D. (R) 801 N. Fulton. Bait. Uni. 1887. 
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Homo. Med. Col. Mem. Am. Inst, and So. Inst, and Md. 

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8 p. m. Uni. Pa. 1887. A. B. Johns Hopkins, 1884. Lect. 
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liOtz, Geo. (R) 3139 Elliott. 7 to 9 a. m., 12 to 2, 6 to 8 p. m. P. 

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Love, W. S. (R) 572 Presstman. Uni. Md. 1890. 
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McCIeary, S. (R) City Hosp. P. and S. 1890. 
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Uni. Md. 1890. Dent. Dept. Uni. Md. 1888. Mem. Med. and 

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McCormick, J. L. (R) 1631 Madison av. Uni. Md. 1884. 
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McDevitt, E. P. (R) 208 Aisquith. Uni. Md. 1875. 

Mc]>owell, C. C. (R) 1521 W. Fayette. 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3, 6.30 

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Fac. and Med. and Surg. Soc. City Health Commissioner. 
McSherry, H. C. (R) 612 N. Howard. Uni. Md. 1872. 
Mackenzie, E. E. (R) 324 W. Biddle. Uni. Md. 1884. 
Mackenzie, J. (R) 605 N. Charles. Uni. Va. 1876. 
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Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin, and Med. and Surg. 

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Mansfield, Arthur D. ^R) 129 S. Broadway. 8 to 9.30 a.m., 

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Uni. Md. 1890. Mem. Med. and Chir. and Clin, and Med. 

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Maris, E. A. (R) 422 W. Hoffman. Uni. Md. 1841. 
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Martin, J. H. (R) 910 Canton av. Uni. Md. 1862. 
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Merrick, S. K. (R) 843 N. Eutaw. 9 to 12 a. m. Uni. Md. 1872. 

Prof. Nose, Throat and Chest Balto. Med. Col. Chief Nose, 

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Fac. and Clin, and Bait. Med. and Bait. Med. and Surg. Socs. 
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Michael, J. £dwin (R) 201 W. Franklin. 10.30 to 11 a. m., 2 to 

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Supt. Free Lying-in Hosp. Mem. Am. Surg. Assn. and So. 

Surg, and Gyn. and Med. and Chir. Fac. and Clin, and Bait. 

Med. and Bait. Obstet. and Gyn. Socs. 
Micheau, E. (R) 526 S. Sharp. P. and S. Bait. 1875. 
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Miles, F. T. (R) 514 Cathedral. 9 to 10.30 a. m.. 4.30 to 6 p. m. 
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Milholland, E. F. (R) 115 W. Franklin. 8 to 9 a. m.. 3 to 4, 

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Miller. C. O. (R) 836 N. Eutaw. Uni. Va. 1880. 
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Miltenberger, G. 11. (R) 319 W. Monument. Uni. Md. 1840. 

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Pulte Med. Col. 1876. Mem. Am. Inst, of Homo, and Inter. 

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Md. 1874. Dermatol. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Mem. Am. 

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Moyer, D. V. (R) 1200 N. Eden. P. and S. 1882. 

Moyer, F. G. (R) E. Bait. P. and S. iBSl. 

Murdoch, Russell (R) 410 Cathedral. 9 a. m. to 2. Uni. Va. 

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Staff Bait. Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp. 
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Md. 1880. Mem. Med. and Chir. Fac. and Gyn. and Obstet. 

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Woman's Med. Col. Pa. 1880. Prof. Practical Obstet. 

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Norris, G. W. (R) 1501 Presstman. Uni. Md. 1871. 
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Am. Med. Assn. and So. Surg, and Gyn. and Med. and Chir. 

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Owings, E. R. (R) 1319 Madison av. Uni. Md. 1889. 

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Clin. Asst. So. Homo. Med. Col. 
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Parkhurst, Alice S. (H) 1410 Park av. Woman's Col. Bait. 1884. 
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Harvard, 1879. Royal Col. Surg. London, 1883. Ph. B. Yale, 

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Uni. Pa. 1883. A. B. Wash, and Lee Uni. 1879. Prof. Phys. 

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Med. and Am. Neurol. Socs. 
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Md. Homo, and Clin. Soc. of Md. and D. C. 1st V. Pres. So. 

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Uni. Md. 1848. Prof. Institutes So. Homo. Med. Col. Mem. 

Am. Inst, of Homo, and Md. Homo, and Clin. Soc. of Md. 

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10 p. m. Albany, N. Y. 1857. King's Col. Eng. 1856. Med. 

and Chir. Fac. and Med. and Surg. Soc. 
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Randolph, R. L. (R) 311 W. Madison. Uni. Md. 1884. 

Basin, Robert C. (R) 211 W. Franklin. 9 to 11 a.m., 3 to 5 

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Reid, E. M. (R) 904 N. Fremont av. 8 to 9 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 to 8 
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Reinharcl, F. (R) 220 W. Madison. Marburg, Ger. 1863. 

Rennolcis, H. T. (R) 2004 St. Paul. Uni. Md. 1867. 

Reiiliug, Geo. (R) 103 W. Monument. 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Giessen, 
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charge Eye and Ear Dept. Md. Gen'l Hosp. Oculist B. & O. 
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Reynolds, Geo. B. (R) 711 N. Calvert. 9 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 
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Richardson, C. C. (R) 1622 Edmondson av. Uni. Md. 1855. 

Rickert, W. (R) 1841 Penn. av. P. and S. 1879. 

Rider, W. B. (R) 867 Harlem av. Uni. Md. 1879. 

Riley, C. H. (R) 1113 Madison av. Uni. Md. 1880. 

Riley, W. T. (R) 1501 E. North av. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 to 8 

p. m. P. and S. Bait. 1890. Med. and Surg. Soc. Staff P. 

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Robertson, Wm. W. (R) 118 N. Liberty. 8 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4, 6 

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Robinson. J. H. (R) 731 Greeumount ave. Uni. Md. 1883. 
Rolie, G. H. (R) Spring Grove Asy. Uni. Md. 1873. 
Rosenthal, M. (R) City Hosp. P. and S. 1892. 
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Rusk, G. G. (R) 2000 E. Bait. 8 to 9 a. m. , 2 to 3 p. m. Tel. 420. 

Uni. Md. 1867. Emeritus Prof. Surg. Bait. Med. Col. Mem. 

Med. and Chir. Fac. 
Russell, Wm. li. (R) 800 N. Broadway. 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3, 7 

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Col. P. and S. Phys. Nursery and Child's Home. Med. and 

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Sauer, F. A. (R) 439 N. Central. P. and S. Bait. 1874. 
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Washington Uni. 1875. Mem. Am. Med. Assn. and Bait. 

Med. and Surg. Soc. &c. 
Schell, M. S. (R) 1941 Druid Hill av. P. and S. 1886. 
Schirman, M. (R) 665 W. Saratoga. St. Louis Med. Col. 1882. 
Scliuessler, F. W. (R) 1014 Canton. 8 to 10 a. ni., 2 to 4. 7 to 8 

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Schnlte. J. A. (R) 1400 Gough. Wash'g Uni. 1875. 

Sctautz, E. A. (R) 1502 N. Bond. Bait. Med. 1888. 

Schwatka, J. B. (R) 1003 N. Broadway. Uni. Md. 1882. 

Schwatka, W. H. (R) 2429 Lancaster. Bait. Med. 1889. 

Sears, T. E. (H) 630 W. Fayette. Uni. Md. 1874. 

Seldner, S. W. (Rl Caroline cor. Eager. 8 to 10 a.m., 3 to 4. 

7 to 8 p.m. Tel. 366. Uni. Md. 1872. Med. and Chir. Fac. 

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Shanks, M. (R) 1130 Argyle av. 
Shannon, G. C. (R) Presstman. Bait. Med. 1883. 
Shearer, Thomas (H) 345 N. Charles. 10 a. m. to 1. Tel. 1515. 

Homo. Med. Col. Penna. 1858. 
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C. M. Uni. Edinburgh, 1883. Mem. Am. Inst, of Homo. 
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Shower, G. T. (R) 123 3d av. N. Hahn. Phil. 1882. 
Silljacks, G. S. (R) 105 N. Bond. Uni. Md. 1886. 
Silver. H. C. (R) 1427 E. Fayette. Uni. Md. 1888. 
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Nervous Dis. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Mem. Johns Hopkins 

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Tel. 1840. Uni. Md. 1861. Mem Med. and Chir. Fac. and 

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Smith, J. Holmes (R) 525 N. Howard. Till 10 a. m., 2 to 3, 6 to 
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Smith, Joseph T. (R) 1010 Madison av. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 
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Smith, J. T. (R) 600 Columbia av. Uni. Md. 1877. 

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Tel. 1840. Uni. Md. 1886. 
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Smith, W. S. (R) 530 Hanover. Uni. Md. 1883. 

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Eel. Med. Col. of Pa. 1869. Mem. Eel. Med. Soc. of Pa. 
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Spruill, S. (R) Res. Phys. Uni. Hosp. Uni. Md. 1890. 
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Steinbergs Moritz 317 W. Saratoga. Graduate of Prof. Metz- 

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Tel. 1232. P. and S. Bait. 1878. Prof. Principles and Prac. 

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Wysham, W. E. 

CENTREVILLE. 

Bordley, J. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1868. 
Colley, R. K. 

Corkran, J. C. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1887. 
Holton, J. A. (R). Jefferson Med. Col. Pa. 1852. 
Tray, W. D. 

CHESAPEAKE CITY. 

Karsner, W. C. (R). Jefferson Med. Col. Pa. 1853. 
Wallace, J. T. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1853. 

CHESTERFIELD. 

Hammond, G. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1854. 
Welch, T. 

CHESTERTOWN. 

Catlin, J. A. (R). Med. Col. Pa. 1874. 
Cooper, T. H. 

Bodd, H. li. (H). Hahn. Med. Col. Pa. 1889. 
Hines. W. F. 

Perkins, J. A. Uni. Md. Bait. 1854. 
Whaland, C. W. 

CHEWSVILLE. 

Buhrman, H. 
Stich, J. M. 

CHURCH HILL. 

Finley, J. L. 
Polk, A. M. 
Roberts, S. P. 
Weedon, J. H. 



164 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



CHURCHVILLE. 

Finny, J. M. 
Gorsuch, W. S. 
Roberts, T. H. 

CLEAR SPRING. 

Foster. 
Krepps, J. J. 

Shank, A. (R). Uni. Pa. 1867. 

CLERMONT MILLS. 

Hayward, T. B. 
Turner, F. 

CORDOVA. 

Rose, C. H. (E). Eel. Med. Col. Pa. 1855. 
Stelle, C. M. 

CRISFIELD. 

Atkinson, G. T. (R). Uni. Pa. 1869. 
Ewell, O. B. B. 

Ouiiby, H. H. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1856. 
Hall, \V. F. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1885. 
Somers, J. F. 

CRUMPTON. 

Hackett, J. 
Sheppard, F. N. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Brace, C. H. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1877. 
Butler, W. K. 

Carr, M. A. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1857. 
Charles, F. H. (R). Uni. Md. Bait. 1886. 
Craigen, W. .1. (R). Jefferson, 1859. 
Foehtmau, F. (R). Uni. Wash'n 1889. 
Hodgson, H. W. (R) Uni. Wash'n 1871. 
McCormick, W. H. (R). Jefferson, 1854. 
Miller, H. B. 
Randolph, R. L. 
Sebald, F. O. 
Spear, J. M. 
Twigg, W. F. 
Wiley, W. W. 
Wilson, J. J. 
Zacliarias, J. F. 

DARLINGTON. 

Forwood, W. S. (R). Uni. Pa. 1854, 
Sapppington, J. (R). Jefferson, 1868. 
Whiteford, H. C. (R). 1868. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



OARNALL. 

Carr, A. B. 
Morris, €. 

DEAL'S ISLAND. 

Rowe. M. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 
Taylor, J. C. (R). Jefferson, 1875. 

DENTON. 

Fisher, G. M. 
George, E. 
Hardcastle, A. 

DUBLIN. 

Poole, J. S. 

Riley, D. Uni. Md. 1861. 

DUNKIRK. 

Cbaney, T. ML. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 
Petherbridge, J. F. (R). Uni. Md. 1832. 

EAST NEW MARKET. 

Jacobs, J. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1855. 
Jones, G. P. (R). Uni. Md. 1865. 

EASTON. 

Anderson, J. H. 

Bateman, J. M . (R). Uni. Md. 1861. 
Chamberlain, J. E. M. (R). 
Johnson, J. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1871. 
Merritt, J. B. 

IVickerson, G. F. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1877. 
Smith. L. H. 

Trippe, E. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1872. 
Wilson, W. G. (R). Uni. Md. 1838. 

EDESVILLE. 

Fisher, S. G. (R). Uni. Md. 1854. 
Wilson, T. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 

ELK RIDGE. 

£areckson, W. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1848. 
Tongue, H. 
Williams, C. R. 

Winterson, C. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1871. 



166 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



ELKTON. 

Bratton, H. 

Cooper, J. W. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1884. 
Ellis, C. M. 

Jamar, J. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1861. 
Mitchell, H. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1842. 



ELLICOTT CITY. 

Byrne, B. J. 
Costley, T. J. 

Fort, S. J. (R). Uni. Pa. 1882. 
Hodges, W. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1856. 
Martin, I. J. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 
Owings, T. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1852. 
Piccolo, F. 



EMMITSBURC. 

Annan, B. li. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1882. 
Brawner, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1872. 
Eichelberger, C. D. (R). Uni. Md. 1868. 
Eicbelberger, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1870. 
Wrigley, J. H.. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1877. 



EVNA. 

Mitchell, A. K. 

FAIR HAVEN. 

Jacobs, E. 
Knighton, N. S. 
Pembroke, G. W. 

FEDERALSBURGH. 

Clarke, J. C. (R). Uni. Md. 1880. 
Jefferson, J. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1852. 
Jefferson, R. K. 



FINKSBURGH. 

Moores, S. L.. (R). Uni. Md. 1852. 



FLINTSTGNE. 

Robbson, T. P. 
Twigg, A. P. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



167 



FLORENCE. 

Warfield, M. 

FORD'S WHARF. 

Dickenson, G. E. 
Gill. 

Miles. E. S. 

FOREST GLEN. 

Wrigbt, G. H. (H). Halm. Clin. 1886. 



FORK. 

Gorsuch, J. F. H. (E). Uni. Md. 1876. 

FORT FOOTE. 

Edelin, P. 
Parker, J. M. 

FREDERICK. 

Baltzell, W. H. (E). Keokuk, la. 1843. 
Connell, G. E. 

Fahriiey, P. I>. (E). Phila. Uni. 1867. 
Ooodell, C. F. 

Hoffiier, S. T. (E). P. and S. Bait. 1874. 
Johnson, G. (E). Uni. Pa. 1854. 
Johnson, W. C. (E). Uni. Pa. 1878. 
Lang. W. A. (E). P. and S. Bait. 1882. 
Maynard, S. S. (E). Jefferson, 1860. 
SliarettS, IJ. A. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1883. 
Smith, F. F. (E). Jefferson 1854. 
Smith, F. B. (E). Uni. Pa. 1878. 
Wootton, W. T. Uni. Pa. 1846. 

FRIENDLY. 

Coe. J. A. 
Taylor, T. A. 
Thorne, J. S. E. 

FROSTBURCH. 

Jacobs, C. C. (E). Bellevue, 1886. 
Jones, J. J. (E). P. and S. Bait. 1879. 
Price, A. B. (E). Uni. Md. 1867. 

GAITHERSBURCH. 

Ethison, E. C. (E). Uni. Md. 1874. 
Ethison, E. H. 



168 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



GALENA. 

Dickinson, A. H. 

liatimer, J. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1875. 
Scott, E. A. 

GAMBRILL. 

Dubois, J. W. 
Matthews, R. M. 

CARDENVILLE. 

Corse, G. F. (R). Uni. Md. 1864. 
Corse, W. ». (R). Uni. Md. 1887. 
Corse, W. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1872. 

CLENCOE. 

Mitchell, A. R. 

Mitchell, F. G. (R). Uni. Md. 1880. 



GLENWOOD. 

Warfield, E. W. 
Wolfe, J. H. R. 

GLYNDON. 

Henry, H. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 
Gundry, R. 

GOVANSTOWN. 

Barron, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1877. 
Tuncan, E. M. (R). Jefferson, 1872. 



GRANITE. 

OffliU, T. Z. (R). Uni. Pa. 1856. 
Williams, J. H, 



GRANTSVILLE. 

Bevans, H. li. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1869. 
Getty, O. G. (R). Uni. Md. 1878. 



GREAT FALLS. 

Offutt, B. 
Pulliam, J. W. 
Richardson, J. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



169 



CREENSBOROUCH. 

Kelson, G. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1865. 
Ooldsborough, O. W. 

Malone, F. 



HAGERSTOWN. 

Allison. M. W. (R). Uni. Nashville, 1860. 
Boyle, C. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1869. 
Derr, K. (R). Uni. Md. 1881. 
Falirney. E. 
Fritts. W. 
Gibson, C. H. (H). 
Harbaugh, C. V. L. 
B[unirieliouse, J. Uni. Md. 1885. 
Jones, A. J. (R). Bait. Med. Col. 1888. 
Jones, D. W. 

McCanley, C. (R). Uni. Md. 1878. 
Mason, A. S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1855. 
Maynard. J. H. 

Murray, G. E. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1882. 
Bagan, O. H. W. (R). Uui. Md. 1874. 
Bagan, W. (R). Uni. Md. 1845. 
Scheller, C. R. (R). Jefferson, 1883- 
Scbiadel, E. (R). Uni. Md. 1883. 
Schiadel. O. M. 

Seott, J. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1873. 
Scott, ]V. B. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1844. 
Shade, X. B. (R). Jefferson, 1879. 
Simmons. T. W. (R). Jefferson. 1861. 
Stauffer, A. P. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1885. 
Wareham, E. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1883. 



HALL'S 



Beard, S. (R). Uni. Md- 1873. 
Bird, B. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1864. 



HAMPSTEAD. 

Wareheim, W. W. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1878. 
Wells, R. C. (R). Uni. Md. 1867. 



HANCOCK. 



Ellison, T. (R). Jefferson, 1847. 
Perkins, W. H. (R). Long Island, 1868. 



170 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



HARMANS. 

Erickson & Williams. 
McPherson, C. 

HARRIS LOT. 

Lancaster. M. F. 
Smith, B. 

HAVRE-DE-CRACE. 

Cochran, J. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1860. 
Hopkins, D. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1877. 
Smith, R. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1875. 



HEREFORD. 

Mitchell, A. R. (R). Louisville Med. Col. 1877. 
Mitchell, F. D. (R). Uni. Md. 1846. 

HIGHLAND. 

Cissel, W. L. 
Hardey, W. H. 

HILLSBOROUGH. 

Eccles, F. M. 

Hackett, T. (R). Jefferson, 1847. 
Reynolds, P. S. 

Sanlsbury, T. B. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1882. 

HUGHESVILLE. 

Carico, L. C. 
Stewart, G. C. 

INGLESIDE. 

Graham, J . E. (R) . Jefferson, 1868. 
Parvis, G. W. 

JARRETTSVILLE. 

Jarrett, M. L,. (R). Uni. Md. 1864. 
Smith, W. t. (R). p. and S. Bait. 1887. 



JEFFERSON. 

Cram, J. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1875. 
Culler, J. J. (R). Uni. Md. 184S. 
Gross, H. B. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



171 



KEEDYSVILLE. 

Hendricks, ]¥. ML. 

Nihiser, W. M. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 

KENT ISLAND. 

Benton, J. R. 

]>enny, W. K. (R), Uni. Md. 1853. 
Lewis, J. E. H. Uni. Md. 1861. 



LAKE SHORE. 

Crane, G. H. 
Williams, E. 

LANDER. 

Gross, H. B. 

LONACONINC. 

Porter, G. E. (R). Jefferson, 1853. 
Skilling, W. B. 



LAURAVILLE. 

Corse, G. F. 
Darling, E. 

LAUREL. 

Bilard, J. F. (R). Howard Uni. 1884. 
Cronmiller, J. I>. 

Gray, S. T. 

Hnnt, J. B. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1888. 

LAUREL GROVE. 

Morgan, Z. R. 
ISnttou, li. J. 

LEITERSBURCH. 

Harper, C. W. 
Wishard, H. D. 



LEWISTON. 

IVeighbors, E. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 
Young, J. D. S. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1887. 



172 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



LIBERTYTOWN. 

Sim, T. (R). Jefferson, 1860. 
Simpson, T. W. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 



LIME KILN. 

McKinney, D. F. 

LINDEN. 

Harding, J. 
Wright, G. 

McDANIELTOWN. 

Lowe, A. G. 
Seth, J. 



MACKALL. 

Sedwick, J. A. 
Turner, J. 



MANCHESTER. 

Preston, J. H. 
Sherman, J. H. 

Weaver, J. F. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1864. 

MARSTON. 

Franklin, B. G. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Beatty, J. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1861. 
Beckley, E. li. (R). Jefferson, 1879. 
Boteler, W. E. 
Getzandanner, J. W. 

MILLINCTON. 

Hill, J. H. 

Todd, A. B. (R). Jefferson, 1880. 

MT. AIRY. 

Bromwell, J. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1867. 
Gayer, W. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1888. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



MT. PLEASANT. 

liCib, J. H. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1879. 
Stone, D. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1864. 

MT. WASHINGTON. 

Bo wen, J. S. 
Ewing, H. M. 
Todd, W. J. 

MT. WINANS. 

Gregory, G. W. 

Taylor, M. (E). Wash'n Uni. 1852. 



MUIRKIRK. 

Snmes, M. D. 

Fox, C. A. (R). P. and S. N. Y. 1881. 



MULLAN. 

Smith, A. G. 
White, J. K. 

MUTUAL. 

Briscoe, P. 
Dawkins, J. T. 

NEW MARKET. 

Downey, J. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1869. 
Hopkins, H. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1869. 

NEW WINDSOR. 

Brown, G. H. 

Buflington, J. F. (R). Jefferson, 1855. 
Buffington, J. A. (R). 

NORTH EAST. 

Housekeeper, P. B. (R). Jefferson, 1868. 
Rittenhonse, G. S. (R). Jefferson, 1880. 
Worrall, T. A. (R). Uni. Pa. 1870. 



NORTH KEYS. 

Perrie, B. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1856. 
Wilkinson, G. D. (R). Uni. Va. 1870. 



174 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



OAKLAND. 

McComas, J. L,. (R). Uni. Md. 1858. 
Newman, J. I>. (P. M.) Physio. Med. Col. O. 1885. 
Ravenscroft, W. H. 

OCEAN. 

Smith, A. G. Wash'n Uni. 1872. 
Umstol, W. S. 
White, J. K. 

OLNEY. 

Green, F. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1880. 
Magruder, W. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1884. 

OXEN HILL. 

Fields, A. P. 

Heiskel, P. H. (R). Jefferson, 1845. 

OXFORD. 

Douglass, E. 

Matthews, A. (R). Uni. Md. 1847. 
Stevens, J. A. 

FERRYMAN. 

Chapman, P. (R). Uni. Md. 1865. 
Cronin, T. A. 
Stier, J. H. 

Stump, G. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1873. 

PETERSVILLE. 

Hilleary, J. W. (R). Jefferson, 1854. 

PIKESVILLE. 

Naylor, H. I.. (R). Uni. Md. 1860. 
Wyse, W. 

PITTSVILLE. 

Littleton, J. C. 
McFaden, J. P. 

PLUM POINT. 

Bird, S. R. 
Dorsey, T. 
Estep, P. 
Hance, B. O. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



POCOMOKE CITY. 

Costeil, I. T. (R). Pa. Med. Col. 1857. 
King, J. H. (R). Uni. Wooster, O. 1872. 
Qliiiui^ S. S. (R). Uni. Md. 1859. 
Truitt. D. J. O. (R). Uni. Md. 1857. 
Willis,'H. N. 

POMONKEY. 

Chapman, N. 

Comptou, R. K. (R). Columb. Uni. 1850. 
Thomas, J. W. 

POOLESVILLE. 

Gott, R. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 
Walling, B. W. 

PORT DEPOSIT. 

Bromwell, R. E. (R). Uni. Md.'ilSSO. 
Carson, W. C. (R). Uni. Md. 1856. 
Crothers, A. C. 
Fisher, S. G. 

Shnre, C. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1862. 

PRINCESS ANNE. 

Dale, J. (R). Bellevue, 1874. 
Daslliell, J. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1843. 
Dashiell. R. D. 
Dashiell R. W. 

Jones,'o!. P. (R). Jefferson, 1869. 
Stone, J. M. 

Wainwright, C. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1887. 



PRINCIPIO. 

Brown, J. T. 
Slicer, J. B. 

QUEENSTOWN. 

Cockey, C. E. 
Davidson, C. F. 

RANDALLSTOWN. 

Barber, T. K. (R). Uni. Md. 1865. 
Hebb, H. J. 

REISTERTOWN. 

Brooke. G. 

Dickson, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1838. 
Gore, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1867. 
Slade, H. (R). Uni. Md. 1884. 



176 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



RIDER. 

Lynch, H. 

SteTensoii, H. B. 

RIDGELY. 

Herr, F. P. (R). Uni. Mich. 1878. 
Saulsbuiy, J. K. 
Todd, B. H. 

ROCKVILLE. 

Anderson, E. (R). Uni. Md. 1875. 
Choate, B. (H). Uui. Georget. 1867. 
Linthicum, O. M. (R). 
Maddox, C. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1843. 
Stonestreet, E. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1852. 
Thomas, B. 

ROHRERSVILLE. 

Baker, C. D. 

Koons, J. H. (R). Jefferson, 1887. 

ST. MICHAELS. 

Davis, J. C. D. 

Dodson, R. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1859. 
Seth, J. (R) . Uni. Md. 1855. 

SALISBURY. 

Collier, L. D. 

Dennis, S. P. (R). Pa. Med. Col. 1856. 
Fnlton, J. S. (R). Uni. Md. 1881. 
Morris, L. W. (R). 

Slemons, F. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1860. 
Todd, H. li. (R). Uni. Md. 1857. 
Truitt, G. (R). Uni. Md. 1875. 



Lynch, T. 
Miles, J. H. 



Gardiner, S. H. 
Howell, S. 

Pitsnogle, J. E. 



SCOTLAND. 
SHARPSBURCH. 

SHARPTOWN. 



Ellis, J. T. 

Mitcbell, li. P. (R). Uni. Md. 1847. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



177 



SMITHBURGH. 

Baldwin, C. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1871. 
Bishop, E. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1855. 



SNOW HILL. 

Aydelotte, J. S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1868. 
Hall, C. F. W. (R). Jefferson. 1875. 
Jones, C. P. (R). Jefferson. 1849. 
Jones, P. (R). Jefferson, 1875. 
Piirnell, J. B. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1850. 



SPENCERVILLE. 

Batson, J. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1880. 
Fox, C. A. 

STEVENSVILLE. 

Denny, W. 
liCwis, J. £. H. 

SUDLERSVILLE. 

Backett, J. C. (R). 
Sudler, A. E. Jefferson, 1859. 

SUNDERLAND. 

Chaney, I. M. 
Ireland, J. F. 
Neland, J. N. 
Pembroke, G. 

SYKESVILLE. 

Heffinger, C. W. 

Sprecker, D. B. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 
Steele. J. W. 

TANEYTOWN. 

Birnie, C. (R). Uni. Pa. 1870. 
Hotter, G. T. (R). Uni. Nashville, 1865. 
Seiss, F. H. 

THOMAS RUN. 

McGraw, J. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1866. 



TOWSON. 

Jarrett. J. H. (R). 

Jarrett, H. S. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1884. 



178 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



Massenburg, R. C. (R). Uni. Md. 1884. 
Piper, P. (R). Uni. Md. 1854. 

UNION BRIDGE. 

DeboflT, J. W. (H). Halin. Pa. 1876. 
Maimmakce, E. O. (R). Uni. Louisville, 1866. 
Sforris, M. K. (R). Uni. Md. 1880. 
Walborn, M. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1887. 
Watt, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1862. 

UNIONTOWN. 

Martin, W. N. (R). Uni. Md. 1853. 
Weaver, J. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1870. 

UNIONVILLE. 

Sappington, T. P. (R). Uni. Md. 1869. 
Whitehill, M. (R). Uni. Md. 1876. 

UNITY. 

Corbett, H. C. (R). Columb. Uni. 1883. 
Maynard, J. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 

UPPER FAIRMOUNT. 

Gill, G. W. (H). Boston Uni. 1878. 
Miles, E. S. (R). Uni. Md. 1874. 

UPPER MARLBORO. 

Griffltb, E. A. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1879. 
Scott, R. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1855. 
Sears, J. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 

WALKERSViLLE. 

Goldsborough, C. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1863. 
IW'icodemus, J. I>. (R). Jefferson, 1879. 
Zimmerman, M. I. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1882. 

WATERSVILLE. 

Waters, S. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1858. 

WAVERLY. 

Rankin, R. G. (R). Uni. Md. 1850. 
Reiches, P. H. 

Wise, C. J. (R). Toledo Med. Col. 1885. 



MARYLAND PHYSICIANS. 



WESLEY, 
liane, S. W. (R). Jefferson, 1861. 



WEST FALLS. 

Gray, W. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1861. 



WEST FRIENDSHIP. 

Hebb, J. W. (R). Uni. Pa. 1860. 
Shipley, I.. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1860. 



WESTMINSTER. 

Bott, M. li. (R). Jefferson. 1872. 
Hering, J. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1885. 
ECering, J. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1855. 
Mathias, J. S. 

Shaw, F. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1864. 
Shipley, D. F. (R). Hahn. Pa. 1882. 
White. W. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1887. 
Wills, E. D. (R). Uni. Md. 1867. 
Zepp, I.. (R). Uni. Md. 1868. 



WEVERTON. 

Boteler, R. H. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1861. 



WHALEYSVILLE. 

Richardson, B. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1887. 
Truitt. E. T. 

Whaley, B. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1889. 



WHITE PLAINS. 

Hawkins, P. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1852. 



WILLIAMSPORT. 

Bowon, E. li. (R). Uni. Md. 1886. 
liCSher, D. T. (R). Jefferson, 1880. 
Sniveley, S. K. (R). Jefferson, 1869. 
Zeller, H. (R). Jefferson, 1837. 



WILNA. 

Bouldin, H. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1865. 



180 



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WITTMAN. 

Damson, B. M. (R). Uni..Md. 1869. 
Lowe, A. C. (R). Uni. Md. 1877. 

WOLFSVILLE. 

liamar, li. (R). Starling, O. 1867. 

WOODLAND. 

£ccles, F. M. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 

WOODSTOCK. 
Williams, J. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1858. 

WOODVILLE. 

I>e¥ilbiSS, D. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1872. 

WYE MILLS. 

Hopkins, H. R. (R). Jefferson, 1882. 

YORK ROAD. 

liauver, M. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1865. 

ZION. 

Crothers, S. R. (R). Uni. Pa. 1889. 
Gifford, D. L,. (R). Uni. Pa. 1877. 



VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



ABINGTON. 

Barr, W. F. (E). Jefferson, 1855. 
Cniuniings, J. W. (R). Uui. N. Y. 1879. 
Olassell, R. T. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Grant, T. (R). Uni. Va. 
Prestou, C. H. (R). Uni. Va. 1889. 
White, W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1841. 
Wiley, G. E. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1875. 

ACCOMACK C. H. 

Ayres, J. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1888. 
Searburgh, G. T. (R). Jefferson, 1858. 
Wise, J. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1851. 

ACCOTINK. 

liambert, C. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1857. 
BTevitt, ]V. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1858. 

ADAMS GROVE. 

Tliomas, J. R. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1888. 

ALEXANDRIA. 

Asbby, W. G. (R). Jefferson, 1887. 
Barton, Mary (R). Woman's Col. N. Y. 1878. 
Bechtel. J. W. (H). Hahn. N. Y. 1875. 
Brown, W. B. (R). Jefferson, 1889. 
Herndon, D. (R). N. Y. Med. Col. 1857. 
Jones, T. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1870. 
Klipstein, G. T. (R). Jefferson, 1880. 
liambert, C. H. iR). Uni. Md. 1857. 
Mandella, W. H. (R). Howard Uni. 1885. 
O'Brien, M. W. (R). Med. Col. O. 1876. 
Powell, R. C. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1869. 
Purvis, W. B. (R). Jefferson. 1886. 
Smith, W. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1830. 



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AMELIA C. H. 

Cheatham, M. Y. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1872. 
Southal, P. T. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1872. 

AMHERST C. H. 

Christiau, W. G. (R). Uni. Va. 1889. 
Davis, G. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1869. 
Richeson, W. A. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 
Thompson, J. (R). Bellevue, 1871. 
Toorhees, F. F. (ly. Bellevue, 1870. 

ANOERSONVILLE. 

DaTis, R. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1857. 
Pratt, W. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1874. 

ARCH MILLS. 

Simmon, J. K. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1869. 

ASHLAND. 

Fox, W. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1849. 
Herndon, Z. B. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1861. 
Jones, C. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1869. 
Scott, H. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1857. 

ATLANTIC. 

Taylor, T. T. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 

AVON. 

Williams, W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1885. 

BACON'S CASTLE. 
Anson, R. W. (R). Uni. Va. 1854. 

BALCONY FALLS. 

McCorkle, G. B. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 

BALLS MILLS. 

Fppes, C. (R). Uni. Nashville, 1879. 
Richmond, Jf. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1889. 

BALLSVILLE. 

Bance, P. S. (R). Uni. Va. 1854. 
Page, R. (R). Bellevue, 1869. 



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183 



BARBOURSVILLE. 

T. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1884. 

BATESVILLE. 

Page, R. li. (R). Bellevue, 1884. 
Smitb, J. D. (R). Uni. Md. 1874. 

BATH ALUM. 

Cameron, J. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 

BAY VIEW. 

Smith, G. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1856. 
Smith, G. R. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1888. 
Stoakley, W. S. (R). Jefferson, 1851. 

BEAVER DAM DEPOT. 

Hatch, J. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1857. 

BEDFORD SPRINGS. 

Kahler, X. li. (R). Uni. Louisville, 1887. 
Kahler, T. li. (R). 

BELLE HAVEN. 

Brlckhoiise, W. E. (R). Uni. Pa. 1.S51. 
Hyslop, J. T. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1885. 
Hyslop, J. W. (R). 

BELMONT. 
Bnlliam, J. D. (R). Jefferson, 1861. 

BERGER'S STORE. 

Ramsey, R. T. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1879. 

BERKLEY. 

Benson, S. li. (R). 11th cor. Liberty. Uni. Md. 1883. 
Cherry, I. J. (R). Eel. Med. Inst. O. 1861. 
Coggin, W. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1861. 

Morgan, Francis M. (R) 36 Berkley av. 11 to 1, 4 to 6 p. m. 

Uni. Va. 1868. Wash'n Uni. 1869. City Health Officer. 
Truitt, E.F. (R) Chestnut cor. Berkley av. 7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2, 

7 to 10 p. m. Tel. 274. P. and S. Bait. 1883, Coroner Norfolk 

County. Phys. to Co- Jail. Va. Med. Soc. 

BERRYVILLE. 

Kerfoot, D. (R). Bellevue, 1870. 
McCormick, C. (R). Uni. Md. 1848. 
Page, I. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1889. 



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VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



BERTHA. 

Holmes, J. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1882. 

BETHEL ACADEMY. 
Smith, T. E. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1876. 

BEULAHVILLE. 

Mitchell, W. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1873. 

BIG ISLAND. 
Jordan, H. A. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1879. 

BLACKSBURGH. 

Black, K. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1878. 
Conway, W. B. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1869. 
Ellett, R. T. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1858. 
Henderson, W. F. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1876. 
Ribble, H. D. (R). 

BLACKSTONE. 

Atkins, W. V. (R). Uni. Pa. 
Hardaway, D. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1861. 
Harris. W. J. (R). Jefferson, 1841. 
Jones, J. A. (R). Jefferson, 1855. 
Young, H. B. (R). Uni. Md. 

BLACK WALNUT 
Earley, A. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 

BLAND C. H. 

Nye, A. J. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

Slierrill, Z. V. (R). Uni. Louisville, 1888. 

Tarter, J. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1881. 

BLUE STONE. 

Crockett, C. J. (R). 

Witten, R. M. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1880. 

BOLAR. 

Campbell, M. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1868. 
Hamilton, J. G. (R). 

BOONSBOROUGH. 

Meriwether, J. A. (R). Uni. Va. 
Sfelson, T. W. (R). Jefferson, 1860. 



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186 



BOWLESVILLE. 

Hitl, W. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1834. 
Shackleford, R. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1854. 

BOWLING GREEN. 

Broaddus, C. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1850. 
Webb, C. S. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1875. 

BOYCE. 

Burmell, J. P. (R). Jefferson, 1880. 

BOYOTON. 

Epps, V. M. (R). Uni. Va. 
Harris, S. G. (R). Jefferson, 1855. 
Jordan, M. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1841. 
Williamson, J. W. (R). Uni. Pa. 1835. 

BOYKINS. 

Sykes, J. H. M. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Wood, J. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

BRADLEY'S STORE. 

KTance, W. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1874. 

BRANCHVILLE. 

Bryant, B. R. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 

BRANDY STATION. 

Gordon. W. A. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1876. 
McClanataan, S. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1859. 
Nalle, O. (R). Uni. Va. 1884. 

BRENTSVILLE. 

Boweii, P. B. (R). Uni. Va. 1871. 
Leach, J. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

BRIDGETOWN. 

Floyd, G. F. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 
Henderson, N. P. (R). Uni. Pa. 1861. 

BRIDGEWATER. 

Brown, T. H. B. (R). Jefferson, 1859. 
minor, J. G. (R). Jefferson. 1854. 
Warren, J. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1881. 



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VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



BRISTERBURGH. 

Smoot, H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1855. 

BROADWAY. 

Rhodes, M. B. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1880. 
Stover, J. M. H. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1872. 

BROSVILLE. 

Trotter. W. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1853. 

BROWNSBURCH. 

Hyde. J. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1862. 
Walker, Z. J. (R). Jefferson, 1859. 

BRUCETOWN. 

Best, J. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1886. 
Best, W. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1855. 

BRUINCTON. 

Bice, A. A. (R). Jefferson, 1853. 

BUCKINGHAM. 
Pratt, W. E. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1875. 

BUCKNER'S STATION. 

Haley, J. G. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1889. 

BUENA VISTA. 

Gold, S. M. (R). Uni. Va. 
Meriwether, G. D. (R). Uni. Pa. 1870. 

BUFFALO FORCE. 

Burks, P. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Paxton, Bf. A. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 

BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS. 

Shelton, J. (R). Uni. Pa. 1845. 

BUFORDVILLE. 

Price, S. H. (R). Bellevue, 1876. 
Rice, W. R. (R). Jefferson, 1854. 
Spinner, J. F. (R). Jefferson, 1852. 



VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 

BUMPASS. 

Bagby, R. M. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1855. 

BURKE'S GARDEN. 

Crockett, J. H. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1879. 
Peery, E. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

BURKE'S MILLS. 
Cropp, W. W. (R). Uni. Pa. 1859. 

BURKEVILLC. 

Crittenden, H. H. W. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1867. 
Sonthall, J. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1850. 
Wallace, W. F. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1884. 
Young, J. H. (R). Uni. Va. 

BURTON'S CREEK. 

Terrell, A. W. (R). Hosp. Col. Louisville, 1886. 
Terrell* J. J. (R). Jefferson, 1853. 

CALLAWAY'S. 

Greer, M. T. (R). Uni. Va. 

r.emon, R. M. (R). Ky. Sch. of Med. 1877. 

CAPE CHARLES. 

Kellam, B. C. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1884. 
Wilkins, D. F. (R). Jefferson, 1869. 

CARLTON'S STORE. 

Hoskins, J. R. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1871. 
Hoskins, W. (R). Jefferson, 1855. 
Muse, B. P. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1888. 

CARROLLTON. 
Gait, G. A. ». (R). Uni. N. Y. 1856. 

CARRSVILLE. 

Barnes, T. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1853. 
Bowles, G. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1876. 

CARSLEY. 
Baird, J. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1874. 



188 VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 

CARTER'S CREEK. 
lITewbill, W. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1868. 

CARTERSVILLE. 

Brown, S. P. (R). Uni. Md. 1850. 
Oupuy, J. T. (R) . Jeflferson, 1861. 

CASCADE. 

Drewry, M. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1887. 
£stes, J. I>. (R). Uni. Md. 

CASTLE CRAIC. 

Moorman, T. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 

CASTOR. 
Adams, W. V. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1853. 

CATAWBA. 
Goolsby, T. F. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1854. 

CATHARPIN. 

Brower, C. F. (R). Jefferson, 1879. 

CATLETT. 

Bell, W. J. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1865. 
Edmond, W. S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Mitchell, B. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1854. 
Simpson, S. A. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1885. 

CAVE SPRING. 

Artbnr, W. H. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 
White, G. D. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 

CEDAR BLUFF. 

Baylor, W. E. (R). P. and S. Balto. 1883. 
Peery, J. (R). Uni. Va. 

CEDARVILLE. 
Cabell, H. Jj. (R). Uni. Pa. 1851. 

CENTRALIA. 

Van Eman, N. W. (R). Med. Col. O. 1873. 



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189 



CHALK LEVEL. 
Wooding, N. H. (R). Jefferson, 1857. 

CHARLOTTESVILLE. 

Barringer, Paul B. (R) Uni. Va. Uui. Va. 1877. Uni. N. Y. 

1878. Prof. Phys. and Didact. Surg. Uni. Va. 
Chancellor, J. Edgar (R) Uui. Pi. 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. 

Jefferson. 1848. Mem. Va. Bd. Med. Ex. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 

and Am. Med. Assn. and Am. Health Socs. 
Christian, W. G. (R) Uni. Va. Uni. Va. 1889. Dem. Anat. 

Uni. Va. 

Dabney, W. C. (R) Uni. Va. Uni. Va. 1868. 3 to 5, 7 to 9 p. m. 

Prof. Prac. and Obstet. Uni. Va. Mem. Ass'n Am. Phys. 

and Am. Med. and So. Surg. Gyn. and Va. Med. Socs. Hon. 

Mem. W. Va. Med. Soc. 
Flanuagan, L.. E. (R) 300 Park. 8 to 10 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. 

Uni. Va. 1884. Mem. Va. and Am. Med. Socs. 
Oordon, J. C. (R) Uni. Va. 1854. Med. Col. Va. 1855. Ex-Surg. 

Confederate Army. 
Magruder, E. M. (R) Uni. Va. 1884. 
Montz, A. B. 
Nelson, H. T. (R) Uni. Va. 1875. 
Nelson, R. W. (R). Jefferson, 1846. 

Randolph, W.C. N. (R) 218 N. 2d. 8 to 10 a. m. Uni. Va. 
1855. 

Randolph, W. M. (R) 218 N. 2d. 8 to 10 a. m. Uni. Va. 1890. 

Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 
Rogers, W. G. (R) High cor. 4th. 8 to 10 a.m., 8 to 10 p. m. 

Uni. Va. 1844. Mem. Va. and Co. Med. Socs. 
Towles, W. B. (R) Uni. Va. Uni. Va. 1869. Prof. Mat. Med. 

Uni. Va. 

CHASE CITY. 

Boswell, J. J. (R). Jefferson, 1851. 
Walker, C. W. (R). Jefferson, 1859. 

CHATHAM. 

Haile, J. S. (R). Uni. Md. 
Martin, W. R. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1858. 
Wilson, J. W. (R). Jefferson, 1858. 

CHATHAM HILL. 

Bailey, Li. P. (R). Jefferson, 1860. 
Ruffo'rd, R. D. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1870. 

CHERRITON. 
Wilkins« W. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1874. 



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VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



CHESTER. 



CHESTERFIELD. 

Cheatham, T. J. (E). Med. Col. Va. 1850. 

CHILDRESS STORE. 

Scott, J. D. (E). Wash. Uni. 1868. 

CHILHOWIE. 

Hubble, G. W. (E). Long Island, 1871. 
Seott, J. D. (E). Med. Col. Va. 

CHINCOTEACUE. 

Fields, J. W. (E). Bellevue. 
Smith, ]V. S. (E). Uni. Md. 1864. 
Todd, A. H. (E). Uni. Va. 
White, R. S. (E). Med. Col. Va. 

CHRISMAN. 

Eolston, C. H. (E). Uni. Va. 1884. 

CHRISTIANBURGH. 

Edmondson, W. H. (E). Uni. N. Y. 1861. 
Wilson, W. A. (E). Uni. Va. 1874. 

CHULA DEPOT. 

Southall, P. F. (E). Med. Col. Va. 1848. 
Taylor, A. G. (E). Med. Col. Va. 1867. 

CHURCHLAND. 

Kemple, W. E. (E). Uni. Va. 
Wright, T. J. (E). Bellevue, 1871. 

CHURCH ROAD. 
Parham, M. D. (E). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 

CHURCHVILLE. 

Blair,''J. S. (E). Ky. Sch. of Med. 1875. 
Hamilton, E. S. (E). Jefferson, 1857. 

CHURCHWOOD. 

Cowan, H. L,. (E). Med. Col. Va. 1877. 
TiUShbaugh, H. F. (E). Wash. Uni. 1870. 



VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



191 



CLAREMONT. 

Gibson, J. M. (R). Columbus Med. Col. O. 1879. 

CLARKESVILLE. 

Drake, J. C. (R). Uni. Va. 
liCigb, J. R. (R). Jefferson, 1850. 
Moss, A. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Wtaaley, F. S. (R). Bellevue, 1882. 

CLAY'S MILLS. 
Canada, R. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1873. 

CLIFFORD. 

Wills, A. F. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 

CLIFTON FORCE. 

Rughes, J. F. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
liewis, C. T. (R). Columb. Uni. 1878. 
McCorkie, G. B. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 
Wiley, R. S. (R). Uni. Md. 1875. 

CLIFTON STATION. 

Green, W. (R). P. and S. N. Y. 1854. 
Simpsou, R. J. (R). Jefferson, 1853. 

CLOVER DEPOT. 
Carden, P. S. (R). Uni. Pa. 1860. 

CLOVER HILL. 

Fowlkes, E. J. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1856. 

COAL HILL. 

Coates, S. (R). Uni. Md. 1883. 

COBHAM. 

Baird. R. (R). Jefferson. 

Shackelford, R. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1854. 

COHOKE. 

Edwards, J. T. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1865. 

COLD HARBOR. 
Barton, W. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1884. 



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VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



COLLIERSTOWN. 

lieitch, J. li. (R). JeflFerson. 1855. 
Rogers, W. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1873. 
Sanford, J. (R). Jefferson, 1857. 

COLUMBIA. 

Mayo, E. C. (R). Uni. Pa. 1851. 
Nelson, J. J. (R). Uni. Va. 1876. 
Richardson, J. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

COLUMBIA FURNACE. 
Hoffman, S. J. (R). Uni. Md. 1877. 

COLUMBIAN GROVE. 
Ingram, T. li. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1861. 

COLVIN RUN. 

liCigh, A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1880. 

COMORN. 

Arnold, T. T. (R). Uni. Pa. 1860. 
Ashton, H. D. (R). Jefferson, 1842. 

CONCORD DEPOT. 

£Tans, D. S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1851. 
Hvans, T. W. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1882. 

COPPER HILL. 

Canaday, A. A. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1858. 
Canaday, A. H. (R). Jefferson. 

CORBIN. 

Iiinthicum,T O. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 

COTTON TOWN. 
Blaulon, H. li. (R). Uni. Pa. 1855. 

COURTLAND. 

Barrett, E. C. (R). Jefferson, 1858. 
Pretlow, T. J. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1865. 

COVERSVILLE. 
Boaz, E. D. (R). Uni. Va. 1877. 



VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 

COVINGTON. 

Anderson, H. W. (R). Uni. Va. 
Rogers, O. li. (R). Uni. Nashville, 1882. 

CRABBOTTOM. 

Deas, W. W. (R), Bellevue, 1875. 

CREWE. 

Bryant, J. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1875. 
Warriner, W. T. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1875. 

CRITCHTON. 
Astrop, C. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1884. 

CRICLERSVILLE. 

liindsey, J. (R). Uni. Pa. 1858. 
Bitenour, M. (R). Uni. Va. 
Smith, W. J. (R). Jefferson, 1886. 

CROCKETT DEPOT. 

Haller, J. P. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1882. 

CROCKETT RUN. 

Bickers, W. A. (R). Uni. Va. 1856. 

CROSS KEYS. 

Hering, E. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1855. 
Webb, J. B. (R). Jefferson, 1858. 

CROZET. 

Hill, G. H. (R). Louisville Med. Col. 1874. 

CUCKOO. 

Pendleton, E. (R). Uni. Va. 
Pendleton, P. B. (R). Jefferson, 1845. 

CULPEPER. 

Chelf, HT. T. (R). Uni. Va. 1889. 
L.ewis, E. H. (R). Jefferson, 1887. 
liCwis, B. S. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 
Bixey, A. S. (R). Jefferson, 1882. 
Strother, W. J. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1871. 



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VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



CUMBERLAND C. H. 
Fugua, W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1859. 

CURDSVILLE. 
Hubbard, J. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1873. 



DANVILLE. 

Barksdale. R. V. (R). Uni. Va. 
Cabell, J. R. (R). Uni. Va. 1850. 
Cabell, W. C. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1875. 
Cole, H. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Day, W. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1864. 
Douglass, M. E. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1880. 
Oeorge, F.(R). Bellevue, 1871. 
Harvie, L. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1857. 
Hill, S. B. (R). Leonard Med. Col. 1888. 
Martin, B.(R). P. and S. Bait. 1887. 
Nelson, W. (R). Uni. Va. 
Peters. W. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Robinson, D. A. (R). Leonard Med. Col. 
Robinson, 11. li. (R). Uni. Va. 1868. 
Temple, B. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Tenable, W. H. (R). Uni. Va. 1889. 
Walker, B. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1858. 

DAWSONVILLE. 

Brooking, J. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 

DAYTON. 

Kibler, B. F. (R). Uni. Md. 1880. 

DEEP CREEK. 

Butt, H. F. (R). Uni. Pa. 1856. 

Darden, H. K. (E). Eel. Med. Inst. O. 1859. 

DELAPLANE. 

Green, H. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1867. 

DENMARK. 

Hayslette, A. J. (R). Jefferson, 1858. 

DIAMOND GROVE. 

Jones, R. R. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 



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DINWIDDIE C. H. 

Boisseau, J. P. (R). Uni. Pa. 1839. 
Doyle, C. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Thompson, (R). Uni. Md. " ' 



DISPUTANTA. 

Mason, J. R. (R). Jefferson, 1843. 
Williams, O. S. (R). Uni. Va. 1851. 

DOE HILL. 

Jones, H. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1867. 

DRACONVILLE. 
Fauutleroy, C. (R). Uni. Pa. 1882. 

DRANESVILLE. 
Day, J. T. (R). Uni. Md. 1851. 

DRAPER'S VALLEY. 

Orataam, J. D. (R). Uni. Pa. 1860. 
Painter, G. G. (R). Uni. Va. 

DREWRYVILLE. 

Drewry, E. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Drewry, J. I^. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1883. 

DRIVER. 

Bidgood, V. C. (R). Uni. Va. 1881. 
Jordan, W. T. (R). Uni. Va. 

DRY FORK DEPOT. 

Anderson, J. C. (R). Uni. Va. 
Fergusou, J. E. (R). Jefferson, 1860. 

DUBLIN. 

Cushing, W. R. (R). Uni. Md. 1881. 
Farmer, J. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1865. 
Stearns, J. D. (R). Jefferson, 1881. 

DUNNSVILLE. 

Stainback, J. M. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1865. 
Waring, L. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1865. 



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EASTVILLE. 

Kerr, G. (R). Uni. Va. 
Moore, G. P. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1886. 
Nottinghani, S. P. (R). Jefferson, 1861. 
Thorn. W. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1841. 

EDENBURCH. 

Below, A. P. (R). Uni. Va. 1870. 
Below, P. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Hisey, F. M. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 
Humston, N. D. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

EDGE HILL. 

Ninde, F. F. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1884. 

Potts, R. (R). Uni. Va. 1847. 

Price, W. P. K. (R). Uni. Pa. 1854. 

EDMUNDS STORE. 

Jones, J. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1859. 

EDOM. 

Zirkle, M. S. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1858. 

ECCSBARNSVILLE. 

Hume, C. E. (R). Jefferson, 1849. 
Morse, M. (R). Uni. Va. 

ELK CREEK. 

Bayer. H. L. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Mitchell, S. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1885. 

ELKTON. 

CofTman, W. H. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1884. 
Milton, S. P. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 
Wolfe, J. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

ELLERSON. 

Warriner, J. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1884. 



EMMERTON. 

Fisber, A. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1885. 
Middleton, B. A. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1877. 



VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



EMPORIA. 

Jones, J. R. (R). Uni. Pa. 1858. 
Mason, E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1859. 
Smith, J. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Wood, Geo. (R). Uni. Va. 

ESTILVILLE. 

Drake, A. T. (R). Louisville Med. 1872. 
Drake, A. T. Jr. (R). Louisville Med. 1888. 
Edmonds, W. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Kelly, J. W. (R). Uni. Va. 
Morrison, H. R. (R). Louisville Med. 1874. 

ETTRICKS. 
Tucker, C. E. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1856. 

EVERGREEN. 
Abbott, W. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1853. 

EVINGTON. 

IrTine, A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1887. 
Irvine, W. H. (R). Jefferson. 

EZELL. 

Ezell, W. R. (R). Atlanta Med. 1861. 

FAIRFAX. 

Collins, B. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1854. 
Dorsey, R. W. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1867. 
McWharton, W. P. (R). Uni. Va. 
Moncure, W. P. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1882. 

FAIRFAX STATION. 

Brooks, F. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1883, 

FAIRFIELD. 

McCInng, J. A. (R). Jefferson, 1851. 

FAIR PORT. 

Coles, H. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1861. 
Saunders, A. N. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1845. 

FALLS CHURCH. 

©Ott, Jj. E. (R). Uni. Md. 1861. 
Graham, N. F. (R). Western Reserve, 1861. 
Talbott, T. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1870. 



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FALMOUTH. 

Ashton, L. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Jett, E. T. (R). Uni. Va. 1889. 
Wallace, G. M . (R). Uni. Md. 1871, 

FANCY GROVE. 
Thnrman, W. P. (R). Uni. Va. 1860. 

FARMERS' FORK. 
Bellfleld, B. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1854. 

FARMVILLE. 

Blanton, G. M. (R). Uni. Va. 
Irving, P. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1879. 
Nash, J. W. (R). Jefferson, 1848. 
Bussell, D. S. (R). Winchester, Va. 1860. 
Spencer, J. T. (R). Uni. Va. 1841. 
Taliaferro, H. D. (R). Uni. Pa. 
Taiighan, G. T. (R). Uni. Va. 1879. 
White, J. L. (R). Jefferson, 1855. 
Winston, P. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1860. 

FARMWELL. 

Fadeley, G. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1889. 

Hodgin, A. (R). Uni. Va. 

N^oland, B. F. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1881. 

FENTRESS. 

Miller, L. (R). Uni. Va. 
Weisel, A. (R). Jefferson, 1880. 

FERCUSSON'S WHARF. 
Turner, W. ». (R). Uni. Md. 1880. 

FICSBORO. 

Dillard, G. P. (R). Uni. Pa. 1854. 

FINCASTLE. 

I>op:gett, C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1861. 
Godwin, S. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Miller, T. (R). London, Eng. 1859. 

FISHERVILLE. 

Dold, S. H. (R). Uni. Va. 
Hiidebrand, M. C. (R). Uni. Va. 1869. 
Borers, C. W. (R). Uni. Va. 1886. 
Watson, J. M. (R). Jefferson, 1852. 



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199 



FLINT HILL. 

Anderson, J. B. (R). Uni. Va. 1888. 
Browning, J. S. (R). Uni. Pa. 1851. 
Millan, li. J. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1885. 
Sears, R. J. (R). Uni. Va. 

FLOYD C. H. 

Howard, T. H. (R). Jefferson, 1861. 
Mullins, P. H. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1882. 
Pendleton, W. (R). Uni. Va. 
Potter, W. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Simmons, J. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1885. 
Sligleman, C. M. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1857. 

FORD'S DEPOT. 

Chambers, J. T. (R). Uni. Pa. 1877. 

FORKSVILLE. 

IWorthington, S. S. (R). Jefferson, 1881. 
Nortliingtou, W. H. (R). Jefferson, 1849. 

FORK UNION. 

Gay, N. B. (R). Jefferson, 1850. 
Snead, G. H. (R). Uni. Va. 1855. 
Winn, J. F. (R). Uni. Va. 1875. 

FT. LEWIS. 

Faltz, J. H. (R). Jefferson, 1870. 

FT. MITCHELL. 

Saunders, S. (R). Jefferson, 1851. 

FORTRESS MONROE. 

Brooke, B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1889. 
Clarkson^ H. M . (R). Uni. Pa. 1859. 

FRANKLIN. 

Bryant, J. F. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1867. 
Burbage, T. I. (R). Memphis. 1883. 
Cobb, R. H. (R). Memphis, 1883. 
Baughtrey, M. E. (R). Med. Col. S. C. 1859. 
Goodman, W. H. L. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1861. 

FRANKTOWN. 

ScoiU P. F. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1863. 

Smith, C. (R). Uni. Va. 

Wilkins, J. T. (R). Med. Col. Va. 



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VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



FREDERICKSBURGH. 

Ashton, L. (R). Uni. Va. 
Carmicliael, S. W. (R). JeflFerson, 1852. 
Daniel, J. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1837. 
BoggeU, A. C. (R). Uni. Va. 1875. 
Martin, H. M. (R). Tulane Uni. 1855. 

FREDERICK'S HALL. 

Pendleton, S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Terrell, E. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1885. 

FREESHADE. 

Sutton, B. B. (R). Wash n Uni. 1872. 

FREE UNION. 

Bibb, W. E. (R). Jefferson. 1848. 
Dunn, T. M. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1857. 

FRIENDSHIP. 
Crow, W. A. (R). BelleTue, 1881. 

FRONT ROYAL. 

Cline, H. C. (R). Uni. Md. 1876. 
Garrison, M. li. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Roy, W.S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1868. 
Turner, J. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1851. 
Updike, C. F. (R), Uni. Md. 1889. 

CAINESBOROUCH 

Smith, N. R. (R). Ky. Sch. of Med. 1883. 

GAINESVILLE. 
Harrison, J. F. (R). Uni. Va. 1873. 

CARYSVILLE. 

Anderson, W. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1888. 
Marks, W. P. (R). Uni. Va. 
Shepperdson, J. M. (R). Jefferson. 

GLADE HILL. 

Taylor, T. F. (R). Bellevue, 1880. 

GLADE SPRING. 

Apperson, J. S. (R). Uni. Va. 1867. 
Carson, R. F. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Crow, W. A. (R). Bellevue, 1881. 
Dunn, W. L. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1863. 
Horne, A. F. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1884. 



VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 

GORDONSVILLE. 

Grymes, W. S. (R). Uni. Va. 1850, 
Schlosser, W. O. (R). Uni. Pa. 1867. 
Scott, J. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 

COULDIN. 

Meredith, W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1886. 

GRAFTON. 

Power, R. E. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1873. 

GREAT BRIDGE. 
Tatem, J. P. (R). Uni. Pa. 1860. 

GREENWICH. 

Carrington, C. V. (R). Uni. Va. 1889. 

GREENWOOD DEPOT. 

Boweii, G. M. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1851. 
Hall, li. (R). P. and S. N. Y. 1858. 
McCue, M. I.. (R). Uni. Va. 1873. 

GROVE. 
Booth, E. G. (R). Uni. Pa. 1881. 

GUM SPRING. 

Holman, H. W. (R). Jefferson, 1855. 

HADLOCK. 

Downing, E. W. P. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1886. 
Downing, S. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1856. 

HAGUE. 

Fairfax, W. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1856. 

HALES FORD. 
Moorman, J. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1868. 

HALIFAX. 

Faulkner, li. (R). Uni. Pa. 1840. 
Grainmer, J. (R). N. Y. Med. Col. 1856. 
Melvin, H. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1862. 

HALLSBOROUGH. 

Dorset. J. L. (R). Jefferson. 1850. 
Markham, T. O. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1847. 
Wilson, J. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1859. 



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HAMPDEN SIDNEY. 

£ggIestoii, J. D. (R). Jefferson, 1851. 
Molladay, W. M. (R). Hosp. Col. Louisville, 1885. 

HAMPTON. 

Addison, T. W. (R). Howard Uni. 1885. 
Angell, Anne A. (R). Woman's Col. N. Y. 1871. 
Bolan, B. J. (R). Mich. Col. Med. 1883. 
Boutelle, J. T. (R). Harvard, 1871. 
Hull, H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Peak, J. H. (R). Uni. Va. 1875. 
Selden, C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1861. 
Wallis, H. F. (R). Uni. Md. 1883. 
Williams, X. (R). Uni. Pa. 1868. 

HANOVER C. H. 

Winston, B. L. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1885. 

HANSONVILLE. 

Gilmer, W. S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1869. 
Hendrick, J. R. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1853. 

HARRISONBURCH. 

Amiss, J. B. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1858. 
Harrison, J. F. (R). Jefferson. 1852. 
BCollingsworth, C. M. (R). Uni. Md. 1882. 
Hopkins, W. D. (R). Uni. Va. 
Jones, T. O. (R). Uni. Va. 1875. 
Keezel, J. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1887. 
Weff, J. H. (R). Uni. Va. 1870. 
Tatum, B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1874. 

HAT CREEK. 

Hamlet, J. A. (R). Uni. Pa. 1848. 
Williams, W. T,. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1885. 

HAYES' STORE. 
Seawell, W. T. (R). Jeflferson, 1857. 

HAYMARKET. 
Xewman, W. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1875. 

HAYWOOD. 

Smitb, W. A. (R). Uni. Md. 1880. 

HEATHSVILLE. 

Brent, A. J. (R). Uni. Va. 
Henderson. A. J. (R). Jefferson, 1851. 
Starke, L. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1845. 
Tankard, J. W. (R). Uni. Va. 



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203 



HERMITAGE. 

Davis, R. F. (R). Uni. Va. 1876. 
Meade, H. C. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1871. 

HERNDON. 

Detweiler, E. L. (R). Jefferson, 1886. 

HILLSBOROUGH. 

Tavener, R. W. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1869. 
Taylor, F. (R). Uni. Va. 
Taylor, J. W. (R). Jefferson, 1854. 

HILLSVILLE. 

Tipton, J. A. (R). Bellevue, 1879. 
Tipton, J. S. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1860. 
Woltz, L.. F. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1858. 
Woltz, P. (R). Uni. Va. 

HOLLINS. 

BarkerTille, J. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1869. 
Pleasant, II. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1879. 
Styll, R. T. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1876. 
Tompkins., J. F. (R). Uni. Va. 

HONAKER. 

Aston, C. C. J. (R). Uni. Pa. 1855. 
Dew, H. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1886. 

HOPEFUL. 

Anderson, J. B. (R). Jefferson, 1848. 

HUDGINS. 

Montague, L. B. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1863. 

INDIAN CREEK. 

Banm, O. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1885. 
Read, J. E. (R). Uni. Pa. 1850. 
Tabb, B. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1855. 

IRBY. 

Hardy, G. E. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1889. 

IRENE. 

Weltz, F. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1868. 

IVOR. 

Delk, J. E. Jj. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1861. 
Norfleet, J. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1886. 



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VIRGINIA PHYSICIANS. 



IVY DEPOT. 

Taylor, J. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1855. 

JEFFERSONTON. 

George, S. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1886. 
Read, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1849. 

JETTERSVILLE. 

Dalby, W. ©. (R). Uni. Va. 1856. 
Soutliall^ J. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1850. 

KEELING. 

Pritchett, C. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1886. 

KEMPSVILLE. 

Chiles, li. R. (R), Med. Col. Va. 1858. 

KENTS STORE. 
Bowles, R. C. (R). Uni. Md. 1861. 

LEESBURCH. 

Fistabnrne, R. B. (R). Ky. Sch. 1876. 
Kaighii, S. H. (R). Med. Col. O. 1866. 
McGill, S. (R). Uni. Va. 1864. 
West, E. G. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
West, ]¥. G. (R). Jefferson, 1854. 

LEXINGTON. 

Freeman, J. H. (R). Uni. Va. 1836. 
Glasgow, (R). Uni. Va. 1878. 
Graham, J. A. (R). Jefferson. 1858. 
White, W. S. (R). Uni. Va. 1875. 



LIBERTY. 

Almond, A. J. (R). Jefferson, 1859. 
Bowyer, T. M. (R). Uni. Pa. 1853. 
Cauthorn, G. T. (R). Uni. Va. 
Fisher, W. F. (R). Uni. Va. 1868. 
Hooper, W. D. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1865. 
Mopkiiis, H, C. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 
Izard, W. (R). Hosp. Col. Louisville, 1877. 
Mitchell, J. S. (R). Uni. Pa. 1852. 
O'Hara, R. G. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1885. 
St. Clair, J. P. (R). p. and S. Bait. 1888. 
Sale, F. (R). Hosp. Col. Louisville, 1882. 
Sale, J. W. (R). Uni. Pa. 1850. 
Wade, D. (R). Uni. Va. 



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205 



LOUDON BRIDGE. 

Brooks, S. T. (R). Uni. Va. 1889. 
L.and, E. (R). Tulane Uni. 1886. 
Tebaiilt, A. G. (R). Tulane Uni. 1859. 
Tebault, W. P. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1883. 

LURAY. 

Amiss, T. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1861. 
Bootoii, J. D. (R). Jefferson, 1854. 
Brumbach, D. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1861. 
Hudson, W. li. (R). Louisville Med. Col. 1874. 
Keller, L.. H. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1875. 

LYNCHBURG. 

Baker. W. H. (R). Med. Col. S. C. 1876. 

Blackford, Cbas. M. (R) 803 Church. 8 to 11 a. m., 3 to 5, 8 
to 10 p. m. Tel. 148. Uni. Va. 1888. Col. P. and S. N. Y. 
1889. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 

Busey, C. E. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 

Camm, F. (R). Uni. Md. 1885. 

Clark, A. I. (R). Uni. Va. 1845. 

Dillard, Jno. W. (R) 801 Church. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 6 to 10 

p. m. Tel. 69. Uni. Va. 1875. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. Mem. 

Va. Bd. Med. Ex. Surg. N. and W. R. R. 
Bnlaney, W. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1859. 
Dinsmore. B. F. (R). Louisville Uni. 1872. 
Latham. H. G. (R). Uni. Va. 1851. 
Lile, S. (R). Louisville. 1888. 

liUCk, Geo. S. (R) 5 Masonic Bld'g. 8.30 to 10 a.m., 2.30 to 4, 

8 to 9 p. m. Washington Uni. 1873. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 
Owen, B. O. (R) 919 Church. 8.30 to 10 a. ra., 1 to 2, 8 to 10 

p. m. Tel. 75. Med. Col. Va. 1889. Mem. Am. and Va. 

Med. Socs. Chief Med. Ex. and Nominator Equitable and 

Providence Life Ins. Cos. 
Patterson, Jno. K. (R) 1026 Church. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4, 7 to 

8 p. m. Jefferson. 1868. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. Fellow 
Phila. Co. Med. Soc. 

Pitman, W. E. (R) 1011 Church. 7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3, 7 to 10 p. m. 

Tel. 15. Uni. Pa. 1868. Va. Med. Soc. 
Preston, G. M. (R). Uni. Va. 1879. 

Snead, E. F. (R) 206 8th. 9 to 10 a. m., 12.30 to 1.30, 6. 30 to 8.30 
p. m. Tel. 104. Washington Uni. 1870. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 
Terrell, A. W. (R). Hosp. Col. Louisville, 1886. 
Thornhill, G. W. (R). Uni. Va. 1850. 
Thornbill, W. B. fR). Hosp. Col. Louisville, 1886. 
Walker, J. (R). Uni. Md. 1891. 
Walker, W. T. (R). Jefferson, 1849. 

Waugh, E. A. (R) 625 Church. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3.30, 8 to 10 

p.m. Uni. Va. 1883. 
Yonng, Chas. B. (H) 1102 Church. 8 to 9 a. m., 12 to 1.30, 7 to 

9 p. m. Hahn. Phila. 1881. Mem. Am. Inst, of Homo. Mem. 
Va. Bd. Med. Ex. 



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MANCHESTER. 

Clieathain, T. J. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1850. 
Dorsett. T. P. (R). Jefferson, 1859. 
Gariiett, T. (R). Jefferson, 1855. 
Iiigraiu, T.. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1886. 
Ingram, S. Tj, (R). Jefferson, 1855. 
MattlietV, T. P. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 
Morris, W. (R). Uni. Va. 1857. 
Spencer, L. B. (R). Uni. Va. 1857. 

MARION. 

Apperson, J. A. (R). Uni. Va. 1867. 
Atkins, P. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1878. 
Black, H. (R). Uni. Va. 1849. 
Brady, E. T. (R). Jefferson. 1886. 
Dickinson, S. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1871. 
Kernan, T. D. (R). Uni. Pa. 1853. 
Pendleton, J. S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1862. 
Preston, R. J. (R). Uni. Va. 1867- 
Sprinkle, G. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 

NEWPORT NEWS. 

Charles, J. (R). P. and S. Bait 1882. 
Oarnett, C L.. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1863. 
Hubbard, W. H. (R). Uni. Md. 1881. 
Jones, A. C. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1878. 
Stone, F. J. (R). Uni. Va. 

NEWSOMS. 

Barliam, W. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1877. 

Darden, P.E. (R). 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. Med. Col. Va. 1892. 
Va. Med. Soc. 

NORFOLK. 

Albert, James (R) 196 Main. 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. Med. 

Col. Va. 1888. 

Alien, M. R. (H) 25 Granby. 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 6 p. ra. Hahn. 

Pa. 1887. 

Anderson, li. B. 168 Bank. 13 to 2, 6 to 7 p. m. Med. Col. Va. 

1844. Pres. Norfolk Med. Soc. Mem. Va. Med. Ass'n. 
Bagnall, R. D. (R) 85 Bank. Uni. Pa. 1860. 

Baker, BenJ. May, (R) 6 Bank. 9 to 11 a. m., 1.30 to 2.30, 5 to 
6 p. m. Col. P. and S. N. Y. 1889. Mem. Va. and Norfolk 
Med. Socs. 

Barber, P. t. (R) 201 Queen. Med. Col. Va. 1883. 
Baxter, E. W. (R) 523 Church. P. and S. Bait. 1887. 
Byrnes, J. C. (R) 90 Duke (U. S. Navy). 9 to 10 a. m., 12 to 2, 

5 to 7 p.m. Uni. Georget. 1870. Va. and Norfolk Med. 

Socs. 

Cannon, Oonglas C. (R) 210 Bute. Bellevue, 1866. M. A. 
Uni. Va. 1859. 



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207 



Charters, C. I-.. (R) 138 Main. 9.30 to 11 a. m., 3 to 4, 6 to 7 
p. m. Uni. Md. 1889. Va. and Norfolk Med. Socs. 

Chiles, li. R. (R) Main cor. Church. 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 4 to 5 
p.m. Med. Col. Va. 1857. 

Dupuy, H. R. (R) 150 Main. Louisville Med. Col. 1874. 

Field, E. E. (R) 118 Main. Uni. Va. 1879. 

Francis. J. T. (R) 122 Freemason. Uni. N. Y. 1883. 

French, W. L.. (R) 458 Church. Uni. N. Y. 1883. 

Orimes, W. J. (R) 915 Brambleton av. Jefferson, 1881. 

Gniiter, J. B. (R) 20 Claiborne. 

Hargrove, C. B. (R) 94 Main. 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 5. 8 to 9 p. m. 

Tel. 294. Uni. Md. 1890. Sec. and Treas. Norfolk Med. Soc. 
Hunter, H. T. (R) 206 Main. 8 to 10 a. m.. 1 to 2, 6 to 7 p. m. 

Uni. Pa. 1861. Attd. Lec. Uni. Va. 1859-60. Mem. Va. and 

Norfolk Med. Socs. 
Jackson, S. K. (R) 138 Freemason. 8 to 10 a. m., 8 to 5 p. m. 

Washington Uni. 1839. Mem. Am. and Va. Med. Asso. and 

Am. Pub. Health Ass'n, &c. 
Kirkpatrick, T. J. Jr. (R) 87 Main. 9.30 to 11 a. m., 4 to 5. 

Tel. 260. Uni. Va. 1889. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 
I^ankford, liivius (R) 156 Main. 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5 p.m. 

Uni. N Y. 1877. Mem. Va. and Norfolk Med. Socs. and Fel. 

Brit. Gyn. Soc. 

Meredith, W. B. (R) 23 Granby. 11 to 12.30 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. 

Med. Col. Va. 1883. Va. and Norfolk Med. Socs. Mem. City 
Bd. of Health. 

Montague, T,. B. (R) 473 Church. 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. 

Med. Col. Va. 1863. Va. Med. Asso. 
IVash, H. M. (R) 61 Freemason. Uni. Va. 1852. 
?rash, liCroy T. (R) 206 Main. 10 to 1, 4 to 6 p. m. P. and S. 

Bait. 1889. Va. Med. Asso. 
l^ewbill, C. F. (R) 168 Main. 11 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. Tel. 

White & Dodson. Col. P. and S. Bait. 1875. Pres. Norfolk 

Med. Soc. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 
Newton, E. V. (R) 106 Granby. Uni. N. Y. 1879. 
Palmer, Alfred C. (R). Eye, Ear and Throat. 106 Granby. 

9 a. m. to 2 p. m. Uni. Md. 1881. Mem. Va. and Norfolk 

Med. Socs. Mem. Va. Bd. Med. Exmrs. 
Perkins. R. S. (H) 156 Granby. Hahn. Pa. 1872. 
Riddick, J. G. (R) 258 Church. P. and S. Bait. 1883. 
Riddick, N. H. (H) 219 Church. Phila. 1879. 
Robin.son. J. A. (R) 186 Church. Uni. Md. 1883. 
Rose, O. H. (R) 78 Duke. Uni. Pa. 1880. 

Ruffln, Kirkland (R) 208 Main. 9 to 11 a. m. . 3 to 5. Tel. 424. 

Uni. Va. 1886. Charity Hosp. N. Y. 1888. Mem. Va. and 

Norfold Med. Socs. 
Schanck, Powhatan (R) 212 Main. 9 a. m. to 1, 3 to 6 p. m. 

Uni. Md. 1881. Va. and Petersburg Med. Fac, Eye, Ear, Nose 

and Throat. 

Shepherd, L,. C. (R) 202 Main. 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 8 to 9 p. m. 
Res. Retreat for the Sick. Belle vue, 1886. Mem. Va. and 
Norfolk Med. Socs. 



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Smith, Hy. (R) 59 Main. 9 to 10.30 a. m.. 1.30 to 3, 6 to 7 p. m. 

Victoria, Can. 1861. Uni. Mich. 1859. Mem. Va. and Norfolk 

Med. Socs. Ex. Surg. U. S. Marine and Army. 
Speight. J. R. (R) 204 Main. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. Med. 

Col. Va. 1890. City Physician. Va. Med. Soc. 
Sntton, W. T. (R). Uni. Pa. 1860. 
Tebault, W. P. (R) 374 Church. P. and S. Bait. 1883. 
Thorn, W. A. (R)128 Main. Med. Col. Va. 1873. 
TuilStall, A. (R) 170 Freemason. Bellevue, 1868. 
Vance, C. R. (R) 17 Granby. 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5, 8 to 9 p. m. 

Uni. Va. 1891. 

Yanderslice, Geo. R. (R) St. Vincent's Hosp. Uni. Va. 1892. 
Webster, F. P. (H) 136 Freemason. 9 to 10.30 a. m.. 3 to 6. 8 to 

9.30 p. m. P. and S. Bait. 1878. Hahn. Phila. 1879. Mem. 

Va. Bd. Med. Exmrs. Mem. Am. Inst, of Homo. 
Wright, J. P. (R) Hunterville. Uni. Pa. 1847. 

NORTH DANVILLE. 

Anderson, J. A. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1880. 
Gunn, J. L.. (R). Ky. Sch. 1877. 
Nuckols, A. ]¥. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1870. 
Saunders, J. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 
Saunders, T. D. (R). Jefferson. 

ONANCOCK. 

Harmanson, C. L.. (R). Uni. Pa. 1881. 
Poulson, J. W. (R). Jefferson. 
Robertson, E. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1866. 

ORANGE C. H. 

Ellis, T. H. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1884. 
Hume, W. W. (R). P. and S. Bait. 1889. 
Moncure, C. H. (R). Jefferson. 
Rowe, E. W. (R). Uni. Va. 
Young, G. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1887. 

PETERSBURG. 

Brown, D. M. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1884. 
Budd. L. W. (R). Bellevue, 1875. 
Chappell, J.R. (R). 

Claiborne, Jno. Herbert (R) 32 Union. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 3 to 
4.30p.m. Uni. Va. 1849. Jefferson. 1850. A. B.,R. M. Col. 1848. 
A. M. 1851. Pa. Hosp. 1850. Phila. Obstet. Inst. 1850. Mem. 
Am. and Va. and Boston Gyn. and So. Gyn. Med. Socs. &c. 

Dudley, W. A. (R). Uni. Pa. 1850. 

Harwood, W. E. (R) 118 High. 8 to 9 a. m., 3 to 4, 7 to 8 p. m. 

Med. Col. Va. 1873. Mem. Va. and Petersb. Fac. 
Hinton, S. A. (R). Cin. Col. Med. and Surg. 1864. 
Jones, W. P. (H). Hahn. Pa. 1884. 
Jones, R. H. (H). Uni. Va. 1881. 
Lassiter, D. W. (R). Uni. Pa. 1851. 



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lieigh, H. G. (R) 20 Union. 8 to 9 a. m. , 3 to 5 p. m. N. Y. Med. 
Col. 1855. City Coroner. Mem. Am. and Va. and Petersb. 
Med. Facs. 

Mcllwaine, R. D. (R) Halifax cor. Market. 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 4 

p. m. Res- 314 W. Washington. Tel. 143. Uni. Va. 1885. 

Phys. City Hosp. Mem. Va. and Petersb. Fac. 
Martin. R. A. (R). Bellevue, 1885. 
May, D. F. (R). Jefferson, 1856. 

Robinson, C. V. (R) 20 W. Tabb. 8 to 9 a m., 2 to4, 7 to 8 p. m. 

Va. Med. Col. 1873. City Health Officer. Mem. Va. and 

Petersburg Fac. 
Stockdell, H. (R). Jefferson, 1859. 
Strachan, J. B. (R). Uni. Va. 1851. 

PORTSMOUTH. 

Bilisoly, L,. Aug. (H) 314 High. 8.30 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3.30, 7 to 9 

p. m. Hahn. Phila. 1855. Surg. S. and R. R. R. 
Batt, H. F. (R) 327 Crawford. 8 to 10 a. m. , 6 to 9 p. m. Uni. 

Pa. 1856. Va. Med. Soc. 
Culpepper, Clias. li. (R) 521 Middle. 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3, 8 to 

10 p. m. Col. P. and S. N. Y. 1884. Ex. Interne Charity and 

Maternity Hosps. N. Y. Pres. City Bd. of Health. Asst. Surg. 

4th Reg. Va. Vol. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. 
Culpepper, V. O. (R) 516 Middle. 8 to 9.30 a. m., 1 to 3, 5 to 6, 7 

to 10 p. m. Uni. Va. 1876. Uni. N. Y. 1877. Charity Hosp. 

N. Y. 1879. Surg. N. and N. C. R. R. Phys. Pts. Jail. Mem. 

Va. Med. Soc. and N. Y. Pathol. Soc. 
Hope, F. S. (R) 513 Middle. Till 9 a. m. , 1 to 2, 6 to 8 p. m. Uni. 

Va. 1876. City Health Officer. Va. Med. Soc. 
Manpin, O. W. O. (R). Bellevue. 1869. 
Parker, B. H. (R). Uni. Pa. 1858. 
Parrish, J. (R). Uni. Va. 1858. 

Robertson, R. R. (R) 519 Middle. 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2, 9 to 10 
p. m. Col. P. and S. Bait. 1887. Va. Med. Soc. 

RICHMOND. 

Baker, Fdinond T. (R) 811 E.Franklin. 8.30 to 10.30 a.m., 
4.30 to 5.30 p. m. Med. Col. Va. 1888. Uni. N. Y. 1890. Mem. 
Va. and Rich. Acad. Surg. Rich. Light Inf 'y Blues. 

Bass, J. F. (R) 6 S. Pine. Jefferson, 1860. 

Blankinship. O. F. (R) 801 N. 25th. 

Blanton, C. A. (R) 300 W. Grace. Med. Col. Va. 1881. 

Bosher, I,. C. (R) 717 E. Franklin. Med. Col. Va. 1883. 

Brannock, J. M. (R) 813 W. Main. Jefferson, 1852. 

Bright, G. H. 900 St. James. Jefferson, 1858. 

Brock, C. W. 206 E. Franklin. Med. Col. Va. 1859. 

Brooker, Boyee ». (R) 1025 W. Gary. 8 to 10 a.m., 7 to 8 
p. m. Uni. Ga. 1878. Mem. Rich'd Acad. 

Bryant, J. W. 2510 E. Marshall. Uni. Pa. 1844. 

Bryce, C. A. 506 N. 2d. Med. Col. Va. 1871. 

Cari ington. C. V. 816 Park av. 

Carter, M. B. 140 E. Franklin. Uni. Pa. 1859. 



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Chalkley, Chas. H. (R) 308 E. Grace. 8 to 10 a. m.. 3 to 4.30, 

7 to 9 p. m. Tel. 444. Med. Col. Va. 1880. Bern. Chem. and 
Adj. Prof. Med. Col. Va. Prof. Chem. Va. Inst. Technology. 
Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. 
Coleman, D. J. (R) 407 Grace. 4 to 5 p. m. Tel. 296. Med. 
Col. Va. 1885. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad, and So. Gyn. 
Socs. 

Crane, J. F. 324 N. 24th. 

Crenshaw, O. A. 308 E. Main. Uni. Pa. 1844. 

Ciillen, J. S. D. (R) 412 E. Grace. 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. 

Med. Col. Va. 1853. Prof. Surg, and Dean of Fac. Med. Col. 
Va. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad, and So. Gyn. and Am. 
Med. Socs. 

Curd, I. 2031 E. Broad. Med. Col. Va. 1860. 

Davis, H. W. 110 W. Grace. Med. Col. Va. 1861. 

I>eas, W. A. (R) 320 E. Franklin. 9 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. Tel. 

877. Med. Col. Va. 1879. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. 
Deatoii. J. C. 100 E. Gary. Med. Col. Va. 1871. 
Dunn, John (R) 218 E. Franklin. 9 to 1, 4 to 5 p. m. Uni. Va. 

1886. Chief Clinic Eye, Ear and Throat Inf'y- Mem. Va. 

and Am. and Rich'd Acad. Socs. 
Dnval, P. P. 107 E. Main. Uni. Va. 1846. 
Edwards. L. B. Uni. N. Y. 1867. 

Ellis, Jas. IVinimo (R) 109 W. Grace. 8.30 to 10.30 a. m., 3 to 
5 p. m. Tel. 522. Med. Col. Va. 1889. Supt. Col. Dispy. and 
Surg, in charge. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. Socs. 

Ellis, R. T. 2729 O. 

Farrar, W. F. (R) 701 E, Franklin. 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 292. Jefferson, 1856. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. 
Franklin, R. E. 807 W. Main. 

Oarcin, Ramon D. (R) 2318 E. Broad. 8.30 to 10.30 a. m., 3 to 

4 p.m. Med. Col. Va. 1885. Med. Col. S. C. 1887. Adj. 
Prof. Prac. Med.. Med. Col. Va. Mem. City Bd. Health. 
Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. 

George, A. S. 5 N. 2d. Med. Col. Va. 1876. 

Gordon, W. S. 410 E. Grace. Med. Col. Va. 1879. 

Gray, W. B. 901 E. Clay. Jefferson, 1852. 

Grebe, W. 325 N. 5th. Marburg, Ger. 1852. 

Harrison, J. P. 2302 E. Broad. Uni. Pa. 1855. 

Harrison, Benj. [R] 623 E. Franklin. 9 to 12 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m. 

Uni. Va. 1883. Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. Mem. Va. 

Bd. Med. Ex. and City Bd. Health. 
Harrison, Yirginius W. (R) 2720 E. Broad. 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 

5 p. m. Tel. 731. Uni. Va. 1886. Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad. 
Socs. 

Henson, J. W. (R) 7th and Grace. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5, 8 to 10 

p. m. Tel. 890. Med. Col. Va. 1889. Adj. Prof. Anat. Med. 

Col. Va. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. Socs. 
Hindi man. J. H. 415 N. 25th. Med. Col. Va. 1879. 
Hoge, M. D. Jr. (R) 7 N. 3d. 9 to 11 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. Tel. 585. 

Heidelberg, Ger. 1886. Surg, in charge Sheltering Arms 

Hosp. Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. 



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Irving, Paulus A. (R) 102 W. Grace. 8 to 11 a. m., 3 to 5 d m 

Tel. 607. Med. Col. Va. 1879. Sec. Va. Bd. Med. Ex. Mem' 
Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. 
Jackson, J. F. 408 E. Gray. Uni. Pa. 1848. 

James, M. li. (R) 411 Grace. 9 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5 p m Tel 

715. Jefferson, 18—. Prof. Prac. Med., Med. Col. Va. Mem" 
Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. 
Johnston, Oeo. Bcnj. (R) 407 E. Grace. 9 to 11 a. m. and 

7.30 p. m. Tel. 296. Uni. N. Y. 1876. Cong. Surg. Rich'd 
Eye, Ear and Throat Inf'y. Phys. St. Sophia's Home for the 
Aged and St. Joseph's Orphan Asy. Mem. Am. Assn. Gyn. 
and Obstet. and Va. and Rich. Acad. V. P. So. Surg and 
Gyn. Soc. 

Jorden. J. C. 415 N. 23d. Med. Col. Va. 1864. 

Kuyk, I>. A. (R) 1012 E. Broad. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. Med 

Col. Va. 1885. Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. 
lieftwicll, A. li. 2004 Venable. Med. Col. Va. 1885 
L.evy, H. H. 500 E. Grace. Med. Col. Va. 1871. 
Lewis, R. A. 828 W. Grace. Transylvania, 1847. 
liUUikin, J. G. 1003 E. Marshall. Med. Col. Va. 1851 
McCarthy, E. 108 N. 7th. Med. Col. Va. 1881. 
McCaw, J. B. (R) 600 E. Grace. Uni. N. Y. 1843. 
MEcCaw, J. B. (R) 600 N. 6th. Med. Col. Va. 1881. 
McGuire, Edward (R) 15 N. 6th. 8.30 to 11 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 127. Uni. Va. 1885. Mem. Va. and So. Surg, and Gyn. 

Socs. 

McOuire, Hunter (R) 513 E. Grace. 8.30 to 12 a. m. Jeffer- 
son, 1856. Med. Col. Va. 1860. Emeritus Prof. Med. Col. Va. 
Ex-Pres. Am. Surg. Assn. and So. Surg, and Gyn. Assn. and 
Va. Med. Pres. Am. Med. Assn. Surg, in charge St. Luke's 
Home. 

McGuire, Stuart (R) 513 E. Grace. 9 to 11 a. m., 6 to 7 p. m. 

Uni. Va. 1890. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. Asst. Surg. 

St. Luke's Home. 
Micliaux, J. (R) 323 E. Franklin. Med. Col. Va. 1875. 
Michaels, t. P. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1892. Mem. Rich'd Acad. 
Monteiro, A. (R) St. Claire Hotel. 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 6, 8 to 9 

p. m. Uni. Va. 1851. Jefferson, 1852. 
Moore. T. J. 400 E. Franklin. Uni. N. Y. 1868. 
Moorehouse, E. W. 18 W. Marshall. Uni. N. Y. 1882. 
Moselev. E. J. 1001 Grove av. Uni. N. Y. 1860. 
Nalle, J. R. 15 W. Grace. Uni. Pa. 1847. 
Nash, J. W. 11 W. Main. 

Oppenheimer, W. T. 106 N. 9th. Uni. N. Y. 1882. 

Parker, W. W. (R) 712 E. Franklin. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 850. Med. Col. Va. 1848. Ex-Pres. Va. Med. Soc. 
Peyser, Mark W. (R) 1212 E. Broad. 8.30 to 11 a. m.. 3 to 5 

p. m. Uni. Va. 1890. Disp'y Staflf Gyn. Dept. Med. CoJ. Va. 

Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. Socs. 
Pulliani, B. M. 10 N. 2d. Med. Col. Va. 1855. 
Biddle, T. J. 1106 Capitol. Med. Col. Va. 1869. 
Robinson, E. T. 512 E. Fi-anklin. Uni. Pa. 1871. 



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KOSS, Geo. (R) 101 E. Franklin. 9 to 10.30 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 166. Uni. Va. 1861. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad, and 

So. Surg, and Gyn. and Natl Assn. R. R. Surgs. Chief 

Surg. R. and D. R. R. 
Boy, Jas. Philip (R) 307 E. Grace. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3, 4 

to 5 p. m. Uni. Va. 1884. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. Socs. 
Shields, Chas. M. (R) Franklin cor. 5th. 9 to 1, 4 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 967. Med. Col. Va. 1879. Lect. Dis. Eye, Ear and Throat. 

Med. Col. Va. Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. 
Siegel, €has. T,. (R) 306 E. Main. 8.30 to 10.30 a. m., 3.30 to 5.30 

p. m. Tel. 988. Med. Col. Va. 1891. Mem. Rich'd Acad. 
Smith, Edw'd C. (R) 703 E. Franklin. 6 to 8, 11 to 12 a. m., 4 

to 5, 8 to 9 p. m. Tel. 690. Uni. Va. 1881. Asst. Prof. Physiol. 

Med. Col. Va. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. Socs. 
Spalding, B. ». (R) Franklin cor. 5th. 9 to 1, 4 to 5. Tel. 967. 

Uni. Md. 1891. Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad. Socs. 
Stone, G. I.. (H) 302 E. Grace. 
Stover, R. B. 204 E. Franklin. Jefferson, 1859. 
Stratton, T. E. 411 N. 7th. Med. Col. Va. 1863. 
Tabb, H. C. 100 W. Grace. Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Taber, Geo. A. (H) 11 E. Grace. 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. Tel. 

714. Uni. Mich. 1877. Mem. State Bd. Med. Ex. Mem. 

Intern '1 Hahn. Assn. 
Tatum, R. UN. 6th. 

Taylor, H. M. 6 N. 5th. Med. Col. Va. 1876. 

Taylor, P. 718 E. Franklin. P. and S. N. Y. 1876. 

Tompkins, €. 116 E. Franklin. Med. Col. Va. 1870. 

Trevilian, J. G. 316 S. 3d. Med. Col. Va. 1861. 

Turner, E. P. 102 N. 9th. Uni. Md. 1885. 

Upshur, J. N. 206 E. Grace. Med. Col. Va. 1868. 

Watson, J. C. 1019 W. Main. Med. Col. Va. 1855. 

Wellford, Armistead Jj. (R) 112 N. Cherry. 8.30 to 10.30 

a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. Med. Col. Va. 1880. Uni. N. Y. 1883. 

Adj. Prof. Dis. Women and Chil. Med. Col. Va. Mem. Va. 

and Rich. Acad. Socs. 
Wellford, J. S. (R) 313 E. Grace. 8.30 to 10 a. m., 3.30 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 404. Uni. Pa. 1846. Prof. Dis. Women and Chil. Med. 

Col. Va. Mem. Va. and Rich. Acad, and Am. and So. Surg. 

and Gyn. Socs. 

Wheat, John B. (R) 110 E. Franklin. 8 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. 

Tel. 402. Med. Col. Va. 1877. Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. 
Socs. 

Wheat, liewiS (R) 621 E. Franklin. 9 to 11 a. m.,4 to 5 p.m. 
Tel. 432. Med. Col. Va. 1880. Mem. Va. and So. Surg, and 
Gyn. Socs. 

White, Isaiah H. (R) 115 E. Franklin. 9 to 12 a. m. Tel. 515. 

Med. Col. Va. 1861. Mem. Va. Med. Soc. Phys. in charge 

and Prop. Dr. Isaiah H. White's Sanitarium. 
White, J. A. (R) 200 E. Franklin. Uni. Md. 1869. 
Williams, E. C. (H) 805 E. Franklin. Uni. Mich. 1889. 
Williams, J. W. (R) 6 E. Grace. 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5, 8 to 10 

p.m. Tel. 431. Med. Col. Va. 1864. Mem. Va. and Rich'd 

Acad. Socs. 

Winfree, J. M. 701 W. Grace. Med. Col. Va. 1889. 



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ROANOKE. 
Baslcerville, J. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1869. 
Biiekiicr. L,. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1885. 
Butler, N. S. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1853. 
Cuiiiiaday, C. G. (R). P. and S. St. Louis, 1889. 
Charters, €. li. (R). Uni. Md. 1889. 
Cooper, C. S. (R). Med. Col. O. 1870. 
Fry. R. W. (R). Uni. Va. 1872. 
Ciale, J. A. (R). Bellevue, 1866. 
Gray. II. V. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1860. 
Harrison, H. W. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1882. 
Hill, J. T. (R). Med. Col. S. C. 1887. 
Hudson, R. B. (R). Jefferson, 1850. 
Jones, H. E. (R). Uni. Va. 1886. 
Kirk, J. D. (R). Long Island. 1870. 
Koiner, A. Z. (R). Uni. Va. 1875. 
Moorman, ,T. B. (R). Uni. Md. 1888. 
Bedij-'O, L.. G. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1881. 
Nimnions, B. G. (R). Jefferson, 1889. 
Sininis, H. A. (R). Med. Col. Va. 1866. 
L.nck, G. S. (R). Wash'n Uni. 1874. 
Tice, F. li. C. (R). Jefferson, 1879. 

SALEM. 

Armstrong;, W. D. (R). Uni. Va. 
Billard, T. H. (R) Jefferson, 1854. 
Gritlin, C. B. (R). Uni. Pa. 1855. 
Men horter, J. K. (R). Med. Col. Ga. 1857. 
Bobertsoii, T. I.. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1877. 
Stearns, J. li. (R). Uni. Pa. 1858. 
Terrill, G. li. (R). Uni. Pa. 1883. 

STAUNTON. 

Atkinson, B. M. (R). Jefferson, 1852. 
Bancroft, A. A. (H). Hahn. Phila. 1869. 
Blackford, B. (R). Jefferson. 1855. 
Catlett, J. B. (R). Uni. Va. 1888. 
Clinrchman, V. S. (R). Jefferson, 1889. 
Gibson. J. S. (R). Uni. Md. 1859. 
Hamilton, B. S. (R). Jefferson, 1857. 
Hanger, J. M. (R). Jefferson, 1857. 
Harrison, J. W. (R). Uni. Md. 1876. 
Hartman. W. F. (R). Uni. Va. 1839. 
Henkcl, A. M. (R). Uni. N. Y. 1868. 
Henkel, F. li. (R). Uni. Pa. 1879. 
Patterson. H. M. (R). Uni. Va. 1851. 
Beese, B. P. (R). Jefferson, 1851. 
Walker, G. S. (R). Jefferson. 
Weir, A. H. (R). Uni. Va. 1867. 



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Note. -Direct patient to eat soft food on the day of filling. 
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Will not tarnish. Sold by troy ounce of 480 grs., $2.50. 

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Anderson, C. I.. 1504 H N. W. Phila. Dent. Col. 1877. 

Ash, \% ni. M. 473 Florida av. N. W. 

Asliwoi-tli, E. P. 1116 G N. W. 

Atkinson. Geo. B. 233 1st N. W. 

Avery, S. ». 473 Pa. av. Uni. Md. 1892. 

Baker, Arthur H. 17th. 

Barnes, Walter S. Ill 6th S. E. 

Bates, R. A. 1424 N. Y. av. N. W. Uni. Md 

Benson, J. H. P. 1107 9th N. W. 

Blacldston, Thos. C. 1141 7th N. W. 

Bliss, Ellis B. 1311 F N. W. Bait. Col. 1881 

Bohrer, W. O. 1334 N. Y. av. N. W. 

Bradley, Edwd. 730 9th N. E. 

Brightwell, O. B. 1227 Pa. av. N. W. 

Brown, Andw. J. 1329 G N. W. 

Brown, Gustavus E. 1405 N. Y. av N W 

Brown, Jas. T. 2327 Pa. av. N. W. Phila. Dent. Col. 1855. 
Brown, M. S. 725 14th N. W. 

Bnckey, C. M. 1314 F N. W. N. Y. Col Dent. 1879. 
Calver, Jas. V. 207 A S. E. Bait. Col. 1881 
Cassin, S. B. 1114 M N. W. Columb. Uni 1890 
Chase, Jerome 1313 N. Y. av. N. W. 
Church, John W. 401 7th N. W. 

Cockerille, Henry 1338 N. Y. av. N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1886. 



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Cockerille, Riclid. H. 1426 N. Y. av. N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1888.. 

Cockerille, Saml. J. 1338 N. Y. av. N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1853. 

Cockerille, Sainl. J. Jr. 1336 N. Y. av. N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1888. 

€olburii, Geo. F. J. 1300 Q N. W. 

Crouin, Richd P. 1511 R. 1. av. N. W. 

Dalton, Henry A. 910 F N. W. 

Daly, John A 913 N. Y. av. N. W. 

I>aly, Wm. B. 81 H N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1886. 

Darrell, O. I>. 1324 N. Y. av. N. W. Uni. Pa. 1887. 

Davis. Chas. R. 1108 N. Y. av. N. W. 

Davis, J. Wilson 804 9th N. W. 

l>awes, R. M. 1217 F N. W. 

I>eMontreville, C. 920 H N. E. 

Diedel, Chas. 525 llth N. W. 

Dieffenderfer, Wm. E. 931 N. Y. av, N. W. Uni. Md. 1888. 
Donaldson, Henry A. 1309 F. N. W. 

Donaldson, Robt B. 1309 F. N. W. Bait. Col. 1878. 

Donnally, W. 1321 F N. W. Uni. Mich. 1880. 

Dnfour, J. B. F. 604 10th N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1867. 

£gleston, Geo. W. 609 H N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1885. 

Eslin, Benj. J. 939 Pa. av. N. W. Colurab. Uni. 1888. 

Eugster, Louis W. 610 13th N. W. 

Evans, W. W. 1756 M N. W. Uni. Md. 1865. 

Exner, Jolin C. 1418 14th N. W. 

Farrelly, Louis P. 609 H N. W. 

Finley, M. F. 1928 I N. W. Uni. Mich. 1878. 

Gerow, E. Ming 717 llth N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1892. Dem. Pros- 
thetic Dent. 

Graham, Clias. C. 307 7th N. W. 

Green, Andrew M. Anacostia. 

Griffith, Harry C. 519 7th N. W. 

Groshon, Mason B. 1508 14th N. W. 

Gunnell, Bobt. H. 627 Pa. av. N. W. 

Hagan, Jonathan R. 1341 F N. W. 

Hal ley, John K. 1210 F N. W. 

Hammett, Whit 306 9th N. W. Nafl Uni. 1876. 

Harban, Jj. li. 1342 N. Y. av. N. W. Uni. Md. 1877. 

Harban, W. S. 1342 N. Y. av. N. V/. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
1877. 

Harban, Wm. T. 1407 N. Y. av. N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
1880. 

Harris, Geo. W. 808 17th N. W. 

Hartleben, Carl A. 1015 14th N. W. Pa. Col. 1870. 
Hay, Geo. W. 806 12th N. W. 

Heath, Herman B. F. 711 14th N. AV. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
1887. 

Hendriekson, J. E. 424 7th S. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1886. 

Mem. Am. and Wash'n Dent. Socs. 
Hicks, John McC. 114 6th S. E. 
Hills, G. The Albany. Bait. Col. 1880. 
Hills, J. B. 1331 FN. W. 

Hills, T. O. 1321 N. Y. av. N. W. Bait. Col. 1858. 



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WASHINGTON DENTISTS. 



Hodgkin, Jas. B. 12th and G N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1869. Prof. Dent. Pathol, and Therap. Nat'l Uni. Mem. 

Am. Dent. Assn. and Assn. Dent. Col. Faculties, and So. 

Dent. Assn., etc.. etc. 
Hollingsworth, J. W. 611 F N. W. 
Howard, E. 607 13th N. AV. Balt.lCol. 1878. 
Ilowland, Clarence H. 211 4i N. W. Uni. Md. 1885. 
Hugo, li. C. F. 1111 Pa. av. N. W. Bait. Col. 1880. 
Hunt, R. F. 1217 F N. W. Bait. Col. 1879. 
Hunt, Wm. M. 627 Pa. av. N. W. 
Hunter, Jas. A. 940 E N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1885. 
Ingiills, Tasper E. ]V. 1422 9th N. W. 
James, Howard €. 637 Q N. W. 
Jewell, Edith 1328 10th N. W. 
Jones, Thos. J. 2900i M N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1886. 
Kappeler, Jessie 1331 L N. W. Columb. Uni. 1890. 
liadson, Chas. J. 1905 Pa. av. N. W. Uni. Md. 1884. 
Lafton, Wm. S. 1543 M N. W. 

liatimer, C. M. ]V. 1403 N. Y. av. N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1879. Mem. Wash'n Dent. Soc. 
liCe, A. 639 Pa. av. S. E. Howard Uni. 1886. Howard Uni. 1887. 
tee, T. E. 1322 14th N. W. Howard Uni. 1887. 

M. D. Howard Uni. 1892. Dem. Oper. Dent. Howard Uni. 
liCwis, J. H. 1309 F N. W. Md. Dent." Col. 1877. 
liiggett, Wm. P. 607 13th N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1886. 
liyon, Wm. A. 1344 G N. W. 
McFarlan, D. 1340 N. Y. av. N. W. 
McIiCan, Jas. A. 720 14th N. W. 
Mc>aughton, Clara W. 815 12th N. W. 
Madert, J. Harry 635 T N. W. 
Mason, S. T. 1201 Pa. av. 
Merrill, Wm. 710 11th N. W. 
Mitchell. John W. 917 N. Y. av. N. W. 
Morrow, T. Q. 631 F S. W. Bait. Col. 1879. 
Munson, Chas. B. 1324 N. Y. av. N. W. 
Xelson, B. 823 N. J. av. N. W. Bait. Col. 1879. 
Nesbitt, Nathaniel 1827 Vt. av. N. W. 
IVewton, S. F. 814 11th N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1888. 
SToble, Henry B. 1324 N. Y. av. N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surs. 

1857. ^ 
Nutt. Zadok I. 945 Pa. av. N. W. 
Over, Walter S. 424 1st. S. E. 
Parsons, Randall 428 7th N. W. 

Parsons, Starr 439 9th N. W. Howard Uni. 1887 

Phillippi, M. F. 1314 F N. W. 

Pomeroy, W. B. 802 O N. W. O. Col. 1858. 

Pritchard, Geo. J. 813 10th N. W. 

Reid, J. E. 3122 N N. W. 

Reinohl, H. B. 7th, cor. G N. W. Phila. Dent. Col. 1888. 
Rich, J. 1309 Conn. av. N. W. Bait. Col. 1884 
Schafhirt, Wm. G. 1010 FN. W. 



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Schooley, H. M. 527 llth N. W. Md. Dent. Col. 1878 

Scott, Cephas W. 616 9th N. W. 

Scott, S. I. 1309 H N. W. Bait. Col. 1871. 

Seebold, F. M. 1315 N. Y. av. N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
1881. 

Sharp, Geo. M. 703 3d N. W. Nat'l Uni. 1891. 
Sherwood, Henry L. 1209 Pa. av. N. W. 
Shinii, V. 909 I N. W. 

Smith, H. S. 1524 Pierce PL N. W. 

Sniithe, J. C. 1315 N. Y. av. N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Sur<^. 1881 
Stubblefield, T. W. 1110 F N. W. 

Talbott, Robt W. 1111 F N. W. Uni. Md. 1887. Mem. Wash'n 

Dent. Soc. 
Talbott, Thos. M. 430 7th N. W. 
Taylor, Andw. H. 910 F N W. 

Ten Eyck, Jerome B. 1601 O N. W. 

Thompson, Henry C. 1113 Pa. av. N. W. Phila. Dent. Col. 

1871. Prof. Opera. Dent, and Oral Surg. Columb. Uni. Mem. 

Am. Dent. Assn. and Wash'n Dent. Soc. 
Walton, J. R. 12th and G N. W. Bait. Col. 1888. Prof. Dent. 

Mech. 

Waters, Oliver J. 1237 Pa. av. N. W. 
Weisenborii, Albert X. C. 735 6th N. E. 
Welch. Geo. B. 1344 G N.W. 

White, Chas. H. 945 Pa. av. N. W. Uni. Mich. 1889. 
White, £Inier B. 1330 N. Y. av. N. W. 

Wilber, D. £lmer 717 llth. Nat'l Uni. 1892. Dem. Oper. Dent. 
NatU Uni. 

Wiltberger, B. E. tee 1323 G N. W. 
Wolf, John S. 1313 N. Y. av. N. W. 

Wright, W. Budington 1113 F N. W. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
Wunder, Wm. H. 3136 M N. W. 



BALTIMORE DENTISTS. 

Abenschein. H. S. 1642 E. Balto. 

Adreon, C. C. 1128 Pa. av. Reports Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1884. 

Col. Records do not verify information given. 
Arnold, W. T. 516 W. Fayette. 
Baer, B. F. 1202 Patterson av. Uni. Md. 1888. 
Bates, J. A. 806 Madison av. 
Benson, W. 523 N. Charles. 
Berry, J. R. 861 W. Fayette. 
Bierhower. C. 214 W. Fayette. 

Bradshaw, B. C. 311 N. Carrollton av. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1891. Mem. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Brown, A. J. 334 N. Charles. 
Bruce, G. "L. 717 W. Lafayette. 

Bruce, W. W. 1713 W. Lombard. Uni. Md. 1886. Md. Dent. 
Soc. 



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Burp^ess, Jas. Kendall, 704 Madison av. Bait. Col. Dent. 

Surg. 1891. Va. Dent. Soc. Ass't Dem. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
Btisey, J. C. 301 N. Carey. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1890. 
Burton, O. A. 214 N. Eutaw. 
Butler, A. F. 210 N. Calvert. 

Carter, Geo. K. 926 Madison av. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1888. 

Md. Dent. Soc. 

Colby, Clias. G. 680 W. Fayette. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1891. 
Colton Bent. Assn., Dr. S. C. Pennington, Mgr. 327 N. Charles. 
Carrie, W. J. 9 S. Calhoun. 
Coyle, T. W. 827 N. Eutav^. 
Cromer, Robt. B. 219 N. Eutaw. 

Davis, I. II. 331 N. Charles. Uni. Md. 1884. Md. Dent. Soc. 

Davis, L. W. 754 W. Fayette. 

Davy, T. H. 336 N. Charles. Bait. Col. 1874. 

Dean, J. W. 324 N. Greene. 

Deieliuiann, Geo. Ii. 6 W. Read. Uni. Md. 1891. Bait. Soc. 
Dent. Surg. 

Berlin, J. 811 N. Howard. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1892. Md. 

Dent. Soc. 
Dietz, A. S. 630 S. Charles. 
Diffendeiflfer, C. R. 521 N. Charles. 
Darsey. J. S. 813 N. Howard. 
Drew, F. F. 701 N. Howard. 

Buck, Chas. E. 6 W. Read. Md. Dent. Col. 1874. Bait. Col. 

Dent. Surg. 1875. Md. Dent. and. Bait. Soc. Dent. Surg. 
Bunbraeco, W. W. 1023 Edmondson av. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1888. 

Etheridge, W. H. 24 S. Bdwy. 
Etheridge, W. H. Jr. 22 S. Bdwy. 

Fax, Chas. 914 N. Eutaw. Md. Bd. Dent. Ex. 1884. Mem. Md. 

Dent. Protective. Assn. 
Field, S. M. 318 N. Charles. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1859. Md. 

Dent. Soc. and Bait Dent. Club. 
Finney, W. B. 813 N. Eutaw. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1874. 

Md. Dent. Col. 1874. Prof. Dent. Mech. and Metallurgy Bait. 

Col. Dent. Surg. Mem. Am. and Md. and So. Dent. Socs. 
Ford, J. D. 809 N. Gilmor. 

Foster, M. W. 9 W. Franklin. Mem. Am. Dent. Ass'n and Md. 

Dent. &c. Prof. Therap. and Pathol. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
Foster, W. G. 9 W. Franklin. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881. Dem. 

Mech. Dent. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. Mem. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Fowler, J. T. 528 W. Mulberry. 

Francis, Alexander 334 N. Charles. Bait. Col. Dent. Sure. 

1892. ^ 

Friedenwald, B. B. 926 Madison av. Bait. Col. Dent. Sure. 

1889. ^ 
Gale, H. X. 228 N. Greene. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1877. 
Genese, B. 621 N. Calhoun. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1878. 
Gill, B. & Son 112 Hopkins PI. 
Gill, S. H. & E. A. 38 Hanover. 



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Oolgricli, Cyrns M. 525 N. Charles. Md. Dent. Col. 1876. 

Clin. Instr. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. Mem. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Goebriher. D. 326 N. Greene. 
Gare, A. P. 1006 Madison av. 

Gorgsis, Ferdinand J. S. 845 N. Eutaw. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
185). M. D. Uai. Md. 1863. Prof. Prin. Dent. Sci. Dent. Surg, 
and Dent. Mech. and Dean of Faculty Uni. Md. Mem. Am. 
and Md. Dent. Socs. and Am. Med. Assn. Editor Am. Dent. 
Science. 

Oorgas, Herbert, F. 845 N. Eutaw. Uni. Md. 1891. Md. Dent. 

Soc. 

Gregory, Oliver P. 1612 Federal. 
Grady, R. 720 N. Howard. 
Grempler, C. 1312 Light. 
Grempler, E. K. 818 Light. 
Grempler, G. J. 908 Light. 

Grieves, C. J. 72ii N. Howard. Uni. Md. 1888. Dem. Opera. 

Dent. Uni. Md. Mem. Bait Assn. Dent. Surg. 
Griiidall, C. S. 421 N. Charles. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1873. 

Mem. Md. and So. Dental Socs. 
Groshans, F. 234 N. Eutaw. 

Haines, Will. Oakley 405 N. Carrollton av. Uni. Md. 1891. 

Dem. Dent. Surg. Uni. Md. Mem. Bd. Md. Dent. Exam. 

Mem. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Hammond, H. 410 N. Greene. 
Harder, H. E. 314 N. Charles. Bait. Col. 1870. 
Hardy, G. E. 716 Park av. 

Harris, C. C. 857 N. Eutaw. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881. M. 

D. Uni. Md. 1883. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Harris, James H. 857 N. Eutaw. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1861. 

M. D. P. and S. 1873. Prof. Opera, and Clin. Dent. Uni. Md. 
Hebbel, C. W. 587 N. Washington. 
Hendry, T. W. 1304 W. Lafayette av. 

Hetiisler. Jos. G. 1432 Druid Hill av. Uni. Md. 1889. Asst. 

Dem. Uni. Md. Md. Deut Soc. 
HoflTanan, Chas. S. 1922 E. Bait. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1878. 
HofTinan, J. Henry 1937 Canton av. Uni. Md. 1891. 
Hoopes, Faneiie E. 902 N. Charles. Pa. Col. Dent. Surg. 1889. 

Mem. Woman's Dent. Soc. Phila. 
Hoopes, S. W. 308 N. Eutaw. Uni. Md. 1887. 
Hoopes, \\, H. 308 N. Eutaw. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1856. 
Hopkinson, M. A. 5 W. Saratoga. Bait. Col. Deut. Surg. 1849. 
Howard, C. W. 420 N. Greene. 
Hum berg, C. B. and F. C. 212 N. Clinton. 
Hungerford. R. A. 408 W. Mulberry. 

Jobnson. John M. 1004 Druid Hill av. Mem. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Kceeb, E. P. 525 N. Charles. Bait. Col. 1864. 
King, A. 326 W. Saratoga. 

Kirby, Edward C Pa. av. cor. Dolphin. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1888. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Kroiise, A. P. 318 N. Charles. Uni. Md. 1878. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Lang, T. F. 2409 N. Calvert. 

liCFevre, C. Roger 806 N. B'dway. Uni. Md. 1892. 



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liCwiS, Frank S. Greene cor. Saratoga. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1875. Mem. So. Dent. Assn. 
liiimsden, F. H. 917 Stiles. 
Lupus, H. E. 527 Columbia. 
MoClie, C. B. 24 S. Bdway. 
McDowell, W. S. 1223 Madison av. 

MacDonald, O. T. 33 W. Lexington. Uni. Pa. 1868. 
Maicr, John W. 1206 E. Bait. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1878. Mem. 

Md. Bd. Dent. Exam. 
Malcolm. D. 317 N. Charles. 

Mann, W m. B. 707 N. Howard and 2105 Md. av. Bait. Col. 

Dent. Surg. 1884. Md. Dent. Soc. Md. Dent. Col. 1877. 
Sfarclianl, J. Henry 314 N. Eutaw. Uni. Md. 1890. M. D. 

Uni. Md. 1891. Dem. and Quiz Master Uni. Md. Md. Dent. 

Soc. 

Iflatliicn, A. H. 1121 E. Bait. Uni. Md. 1892. 
Mezger, €has. 320 N. Eutaw. Uni. Md. 1889. Ph. G. Md. Col. 
Phar. 1884. 

Milbolland, Geo. V. 311 N. Eutaw. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1891. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Mills, Wni. A. 122 S. Broadway. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1871. 

Ex. Pres. Md. Dent. Assn. Mem. So. Dent. Assn. and Bait. 

Assn. Dent. Surg. 
Montell, W. A. 833 N. Eutaw. 
Moyston, J. C. 410 W. Fayette. 
Myer, B. 414 Hanover. 
Norris, D. S. 628 E. Eager. 

Xorris, Wni. S. 2 S. Bdwy. cor. Bait. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1874. M. D. Uni. Md. 1872. Mem. Am. and Md. and Washg. 

Dent. Socs. 
Orrison, J. E. 1006 Madison av. 
Pearoe, E. W. 1434 Pa. av. 

Pearce, li. J. 1008 Penna. av. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1877. Md. 

Dent. Soc. ^ 
Pennington, S. C. Mgr. Colton Dent. Assn. 327 N. Charles. Md. 

Dent. Col. 1877. Mem. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Phillips, H. 308 N. Carey. 
Poist, W. B. 673 W. Franklin. 
Price, A. 107 W. Franklin. 
Raub, G. B. 305 W. Madison. 

Roach, J. 611 Park av. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1887. M D P 
and S. Bait. 1891. Mem. Md. Dent. Soc. and Med. and clin' 
Soc. of Md. 

Roberts, B. S. 1206 E. Bait. Uni. Md. 1889. 
Robinson. J. G. 1636 N. Calvert. 

Sadler, R. O. 1120 E. Monument, Bait. Col. Dent. Sure. 189'' 

Schloendorn, F. W. 519 N. Charles. 

Scott, C. A. 616 W. Saratoga. 

Scott. J. E. 403 Aisquith. 

Seebold, C. S. 308 N. Exeter. 

Seidler, A. W. 1620 E. Bait. 



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Smith, B. Holly 926 Madison av. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881. 

M. D. Col. P. and S. 1883. Prof. Dent. Mat. -Med. and Special 

Anat. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. Mem. Am. and Md. Dent. Socs. 

and N. Y. Odon. Soc. Pres. So. Dent. Assn. 
Smith, G. Marshall 1013 Madison av. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 

1885. Ass't Dem. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. Mem. Md. Dent 

Soc. 

Smith, J. W. 710 N. Eutaw. 

Streett, F. C. 1117 N. Bdwy. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1890. 

Sutherland, D. Cam. 1120 E. Monument. 

Sutherland, Joel. B. 1208 E. Monument. N. Y. Col. Dent. 

1865. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Sutherland, John C. 1208 E. Monument. Bait. Col. Dent. 

Surg. 1890. Ass't Dem. Opera, and Mech. Dent. Bait. Col. 

Dent. Surg. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Szuwalski, S. J. 118 S. Mount. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1888. 

Md. Dent. Soc. 
Todd, F. P. 110 3d av. N. Uni. Md. 1888. 

Totten, A. W. 1410 W. Lombard. Uni. Md. 1892. Dem. Dent. 

Uni. Md. 
Twilley, W. S. 309 N. Eutaw. 

Uhler, John C. 808 Madison av. Bait. Co . Dent. Surg. 1867. 

M. D. Col. P. and S. 1876. Dem. Prosthetic Dent. Uni. Md. 

Md. Dent. Soc. 
Ulrich, H. G. 521 N. Charles. 

Volck, Adalbert J., M. D.,Ph. D..D. D. S. Mem. Md. and 
Am. Dent. Socs. Pres. Bait. Assn. Dent. Surgs. Mem. Md. 
Bd. Dent. Ex. 338 N. Charles. 

Warner, C. H. N. Eutaw. 

Waters, T. S. 311 N. Eutaw. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1865. Mem. 

Bd. Clin. Instr. and Vis. Bait. Col. Dent. Sure:. Chm. Financia 

Com. Columb. Dent. Cong. Mem. Md. Bd. Dent. Ex. Mem. 

Md. and Am. and So. Dent. Socs. 
Webb, J. A. 211 N. Liberty. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. Mem. Md. 

and Bait. Assn. Dent Surg. 
Welsh. J. W. 806 W. Fayette. 

Welsh, Wm. P. 105 W. Saratoga. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1861. 
White. C. A. 730 Waesche. 

Williams, J. J. 328 N. Charles. Md. Dent. Col. 1873. 
Williams. W. H. 322 W. Saratoga. 

W'ilson, H. A. 720 N. Howard. Uni. Md. 1892. Md. Dent. Soc. 
Winder, R. Bayly 419 N. Charles. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1879. 
Md. Dent. Soc. 

Winder, Biehard B. M. D., D. D. S. 716 Park av. Prof. Dent. 

Surg, and Operative Dent, and Dean of Faculty, Bait. Col. 

Dent. Surg. Mem. Am. and Md. and So. Dent. Socs. and 

Inter. Med. Cong. 
Wisherd, E. J. 708 W. Madison av. Uni. Md. 1884. M. D. 

Uni. Md. 1886. 
ZollickofTer, H. H. 122 E. Montgomery. 



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MARYLAND DENTISTS. 

Claude, G. H., Annapolis. 

Feldniej^ G. T., Annapolis. 

Walton, G. O., Annapolis. 

Ci'OSS, T. A. Barton. 

Baden, T. A.. Belair. 

Dance, J. G., Belair. 

Smith, IS., Belair. 

Geness, !>., Betterton. 

Barton, J. W., Black Horse. 

liakin, A. W., Boonsborough. 

Castle, C. W., Brown vaille. 

Jackson, J., Budd's Creek. 

Crowther, R. W., Cambridge. 

Ilines, P. E., Cambridge. 

Seloiser, C. !L., Cambridge. 

Emerson. J. G., Centreville. 

Selby, W. J., Centreville. 

Sparks, D. A., Centreville. 

Gilpin, C. P., Chestertovrn. 

Twilley, J. T., Chestertown. 

Warner, S., Chrome Hill. 

lintigliy, Cockeysville. 

Beachy, G. J., Cumberland. 

Cruzen, E. E., Cumberland. 

Ilnmmelshiuie, T. A., Cumberland. 

Weller, J. M., Cumberland. 

Wilson, L. B., Cumberland. 

Todd, E. F-, Crisfield. 

Van IVostrand, W. H., Crisfield. 

Beall, R. B., Darnertown. 

Candler, A. B., Delight. 

Kelley, W. T., Denton. 

Botts, ». O., Dublin. 

Hardin, J. C., Easton. 

Morrow, G. E., Easton. 

Smithers, F. J., Easton. 

Jones, G. C, Elkton. 

Sykes, §. C, Elkton. 

Slireeve, J. E., Ellicott City. 

Sykes, M. G., Ellicott City. 

Price, M., Fallston. 

W' alters, W\, Fallston. 

Jenkins, J. H., Federalsburg. 

Bowles, E., Frederick. 

Eader, T., Frederick. 

MacGill, li. T., Jr., Frederick. 

MacGill <fe Son, IL. T., Frederick. 

Nelson, E. A., Frederick. 

Radcliff, J. M., Frederick. 



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McSlierry, E. C, Frederick. 
Mason, I,., Furnace. 
Carroll, T. CJ., Gaithersburg. 
Henry, R. S., Glyndon. 

Keller, Grantsville. 

Crowlher^Huii<zberg,Hagerstowii. 

Sohlosser A. Son, T., Hagerstown. 

Swallow. J. E., Hagerstown. 

Wishard, S. J., Hagerstown. 

Cox, D. A., Hanistead. 

Martin, li. J., Hamstead. 

Rupp, G. R., Hamstead. 

Smith, E. L.. Hancock. 

Kaser, A. S., Havre-de-Grace. 

Snow, H. B., Havre-de-Grace. 

Cohey. A. D.. Hill Top. 

Mason, L.. J., Jarrettsville. 

Myers, R. M., Keedysville. 

Burton, P., Laurel. 

]^^orwoo«l C, Libertytown. 

Ratlclifie, H. G., Libertytown. 

Wagner, J. E. S., Libertytown. 

Skilling, J. T., Lonaconiag. 

Trump, L,. M., Manchester. 

Anders, H. C, Mechnnicstown. 

Bawlus, E, M., Middletown. 

Haekey, J. W., Motters. 

Rhinehart, I..Mt. Airy. 

Helm, J. W., New Windsor. 

Underwood, R. G., North East. 

Kirk, M., Oakdale. 

Manakee, F. H., Oakland. 

Walter.s, W. H., Pocomoke City. 

Zell, O. B., Pocomoke City. 

Bogle, E. S., Port Deposit. 

Hooper, H. W.. Port Deposit. 

Smith, M". B., Port Deposit. 

Cohey. A. D. , Port Deposit. 

Scarborough, \\ . D., Prospect. 

Kuhn, H. H., Ridgely. 

Mannakee. F. H.. Rockville. 

^Varfieid, B. C, Rockville. 

Bohinson, J. A., Royal Oak. 

Emerson, L. T., St. Michaels. 

Bell, li. S., Salisburv. 

Smith. W. O. and E. W., Salisbury. 

Arthur. T. F.. Shane. 

Myers, B. M., Sharpsburgh. 

Dashiel, E. S.. Snow Hill. 

Kirk, M.. Sandy Spring. 

MacGill. C. G.. Sykesville. 

Hemmitt, O. W., Taneytown. 



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Warner, S., The Rocks. 
Demmett, W. H., Union Bridge. 
Wrislit, S. R., Union Bridge. 
Dwyer, J. 1>., Unity. 
Algire, T., Upperco. 
Sasscer, P. E.. Waldorf. 
Xeliiion, E. G., Warren. 
!Lookcruian, T.G., Washington Grove. 
BauKhman. G. D.. Westminster. 
Foiikc, G. S., Westminster. 
Bond, C., Wimbleton. 
Waters, W., Wimbleton. 



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RICHMOND. 

Bridgfortli, B. 104 N. 9th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1893. 
Boules, A. K. 407 E. Main. Uni. Md. 1891. 

Burton, W. L. 

Cowardin, Jj. M. 407 E. Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1874. 

M. D. Med. Col. Va. 1884. Mem. Va. and So. Dent. Socs. 

Mem. Va. and Rich'd Acad. Med. Socs. 
BaTis, W. Wythe 915^ E. Main. Uni. Md. 1890. Va. Dent. 

Soc. 

Davison, G. J. & F. 629 E. Main. 

Dorset, W. E. 103 N. 7th. Uni. Md. 1885. 

Eggleston, J. W. & E. Main cor. 6th. 

Gold, E. T. 603 W. Main. 

Bartman, C. E. 906 E. Broad. 

Hartman. J. H. 707 E. Main. 

Jones, G. W. 809 E. Franklin. 

Jones, Henry C. 915i E. Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1871. 

Mem. So. Dent. Assn. 
Keescl, G. F. 627 E. Main. Bait. Col. 1869. 
Maliony, John 625 E. Main. Va. Dent. Soc. 
Mercer, C. A. 305 Main. 

Moore, J. Hall 104 N. 9th. Med. Dept. Georget. Uni. 1854. 

Pres. Va. Bd. Dent. Examiners. Mem. Am. and Va. and So. 

Dent. Socs. and Va. Med. Assn. Sec. Va. Dent. Soc. 
Pusey. L.eo A. 625 E. Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1893. 
Roberts, J. M. 110 N. 5th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1877. Va. 

Dent. Soc. 

Scott. H. R. 501 Clay. Phila. Dent. 1888. 
Smith, G. 307 E. Broad. 

Smith, IrvinB. 807 E. Broad. Pa. Col. Dent. Surg. 1890. Mem. 

Va. Dent. Soc. 
Starke, P. P. 128 E. Broad. 



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Steel, €has. T,. 723 Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881. M D 

Uni. Md. 1882. Va. and So. Dent. Socs. 
Steel, Frank R. 723 Main. Uni. Md. 1888. M. D. Uni. Md 

1890. Va. and So. Dent. Socs. 
Steel, Geo. B. 723 Main. Mem. Va. and So. Dent. Socs. 
Stiff, F. W. 2109 E. Marshall. 
Stratford, A. L.. 625 E. Main. Uni. Md. 1884. 
Taylor, W. H. 110 E. Main. 
Wade, W. M. 301 E. Main. 

Wendlinger, A. 100 N. 7th. Phila. Dent. Col. 1874. Va. Dent. 
Soc. 

Wright, Julian T. 919 E. Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1888. 
CHARLOTTESVILLE. 

ColTin, J. A. 309 E. Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1879. Mem. 
Va. Dent. Soc. 

Moss, W. W. 123 N. 4th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1883. Va. Dent. 
Soc. 

Norris, W. E. 123 N. 4th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1869. Va. Dent. 

Soc. Sec. Va. Bd. Dent. Ex. 
Scribiier, J. W. 212 E. Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1869. Va. 

Dent. Soc. 

LYNCHBURG. 

Craddock and Jordan, 220 8th. 

Canada, H. W. 812 Church. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1883. Mem. 
Va. Dent. Soc. 

Craddock, T. E. 220 8th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881. Va. 

Dent. Soc. 
Hill. J. R. 

Jordan, Hamet 220 8th. Uni. Vanderbilt, 1891. Va. Dent. 
Soc. 

liee, F. A. 216 8th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881, Va. Dent. Soc. 
Morgan and Canada, 812 Church. 

Morgan, R. W. 812 Church. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881. Mem. 
Va. Dent. Soc. 

Parsons, E. P. Church cor. 7th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1881. 

Mem. Va. Dent Soc. 
Wilson, li. W. Church cor. 7th. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1888. 

Mem. Va. Dent. Soc. 

NORFOLK. 

Barrett, A. D. 150 Main. 

Barrett, Randall M. 202 Main. 

Bradford, H. Clinton 168 Main. Uni. Md. 1885. 

Cuthriell, G. W. 136 Main. 

Downes, J. W. 59 Main. 

Ennes, J. D. 162 Main. 

Gingrich, W. H. 23 Granby. Md. Dent. Col. 1874. Mem. Va. 

Bd. Dent. Ex. Mem. Va. and So. Dent. Assn. Hon. Mem. 

Md. Dent. Soc. 
Kibler, R. D. 138 Main. 



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Reed, Jno. F. 128 Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1883. Mem. Va 
Dent. Assn. 

Walker, R. H. 99 Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 18—. Mem. 
Va. Dent. Soc. 

Webster, J. X. 156 Main. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1878. Mem. 

Va. Dent. Soc. Pres. Tide Water Dent. Soc. 
Wise. W. B. 25 Granby. 

Woodlcy, Jos. R. 99 Main. Mem. Va. and So. Dent. Socs. 

PETERSBURG. 
Rurgess, Tho. Jay 5 Sycamore. Phila. Dent. 1882. Va. Dent. 
Soc. 

Cosby, R. F. 23i N. Sycamore. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1868. 
Fugua, L. F. 

Talley, Herbert W. Sycamore. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 1888. 
Talley, A. W. 13U- Sycamore. Bait. Dent. 1861. 
Whitehead, A. E. 132i N. Sycajnore. Bait. Col. Dent. Surg. 
1889. 

PORTSMOUTH. 

Duerson, H. O. 311 High. Md. Dent. Col. 1877. Va. Dent. Soc. 

Arthur, A. R., Staunton. 
Arthur, F. F., Dillon's Mill. 
Aven, C G., Bristol. 
Beadles, E. P., Danville. 
*Bomitz, D. G., Salem. 
Racoii, Wni. Liewis, Lexington. 
Raldwin, R. Holmes, Abingdon. 
Reecher, R. A., Bridgewater. 
Bidgood, R. M., Farmville. 
Ritzer, J. H. Jr., Alexandria. 
Blackwell, Robert, Marion. 
Rlair, Joseph P., Scottsville. 
Roard, C. A., Bedford City. 
Rrovii, li. A., Leesburg. 
Rrowii, Claude R., Strasburg. 
Rruce, M. W., White Stone. 
Ruhrman, H. J., Waterford. 
Rurkholder, ]V. M., Harrisonburg. 
Rurkliolder, Marshall O., Staunton. 
Rurroughs, H. C, Thaxton. 
Rurtoii, Cf. S., Buchanan. 
Rutler, Fdward E., Stevensville. 
Ryrd, Oscar F., Temperanceville. 
Canamack, J. J., Lloyds. 
Campbell, H. Wood, Suffolk. 
Campbell, O. J., Monterey. 
Campbell, J. Hammond, Lexington. 
Canada, W. T., Chatham. 
Canada, W. Younger, Halifax C. H. 
Chapman, Wm., Staunton. 
Chewuing, Geo. H., Fredericksburg. 



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Colbert, Oscar R., Amissville. 
Collins, Win. H., Madison C. H. 
Cooke, Geo. H., Buckner's Station. 
Cooley, Jobn T., Tazewell C. H. 
Covington, T. S. D., Lilian. 
Colvin, J. A., Norman. 
Craig, R. Claude, Craige's Mills. 
Crickenberger, W. P., Newmarket. 
Orockett, J. G., Pulaski City. 
Crozier, T. W.. Roanoke. 
*Copenhaven, E. M., Marion. 
Dellinger, G. W., Front Royal. 
Dennis, T. C, Lynch's Station, 
neiiton, Newton W., Abingdon. 
Detwiler, B. B., Herndon. 
Diedel, Charles, Alexandria. 
Dobson, L. B., West Point. 
Doggett, John li., Bedford City. 
I>nft', M. F., Jonesville. 
*I>eokiBSS, West Point. 
Eversole, E. C, Rural Retreat. 
*Ewaid, Wm. H., Wytheville. 
*Farris, Chas. Dixie, West Point. 
Farmer, William, Wytheville. 
Faaoett, Edward S., Alexandria. 
*FieId, Wm. Meade, Poplar Mount. ' 
Flournoy, W^m. S., Smithville. 
Foote, James W., Christiansburg. 
Foster, J. B., Bufordsville. 
Frazier, T. T., South Boston. 
Fuller, Wm. McP., Winchester. 
Gilkyson, W. H., Buena Vista. 
Gould, Jas. Burr, Herndon. 
Gregory, W. S., Roanoke. 
Grubb, A. R., Old Town. 
Gulick, A. J., Heathsville. 
^Haines, Wm. Oakley, Baltimore. 
Haden, J. W., Evington. 
Hailer, Jaeob V., Wytheville. 
Samlet, Jno. M., Pamplin City. 
Hamlet. M. H., Pamplin City. 
Harmanson, Li. J., Onancock. 
Harper, Chas. E., 428 M St., Danville. 
Harris. Frank L., Harrisonburg. 
If arris, Henry F., Apple Grove. 
Hart, Marion T., Post Oak. 
Heist, Geo. K., Winchester. 
Heist, Geo. H., Winchester. 
Henley, R. Y., Danville. 
Henkel, S. H., Staunton. 
Hill, Jno. P., Marion. 
Hodgkin, J. O., Warrenton. 
Holmes, J. W., Rushville. 



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Hopkins. W. J., Bedford City. 
Hough, t. F., Hamilton. 
Houston. M. D., Holstein. 
Houj-iliaiie, Micliael« Leesburg. 
Hiiiulley. Peyton, Montague. 
Hutoliiiisoii, J., Middletown. 
Hntehiiisoii, W. F., Winchester. 
Jeter, Jas. B., Jetersville. 
James. B. A., Rocky Mount. 
Jeter, Montgomery, Salem. 
Johnston, James, Staunton. 
Jones, W. A., Waynesboro. 
Jones, A. li.. Front Royal. 
Jones, Robert H., Martinsville. 
*Johnson, Silas J., Woodville. 
Kail, li. T., New Castle. 
Kinsey, J. H., Rectortown. 
ICnight, B. Mitchell, Winchester. 
Leach. A. D., Wytheville. 
Liiike, Jno. Li., Berryville. 
liCjnley, Clarence iE., Mt. Jackson. 
liCSter, D. D., Christiansburg. 
liCat her bury, Thos. B., Onancock. 
liiisilsey, €has. F., Staunton. 
liOcke, Thos. F., Woodstock. 
L<ong, t. H., Matoaca. 
Mapliis, B. F., Saumsville. 
Maphis, John B., Saumsville. 
Marshall, T. H., Bedford City. 
Mason, Allen, Boydton. 
McElrath, 1.. S., Newport. 
McElrath. T. J., Bluefield. 
McElrath, W. W., Radford. 
McGinnis, George €., Jonesville. 
McQuown, Robert T., Abingdon. 
Miller, James W., Harrisonburg. 
Milhollen, W. K., Round Hill. 
Mutter, G. C, Bellfair Mills. 
Morgan, J. Henry, Salem. 
*Marshall, Thos. R., Bedford City. 
Nye, W. P., Wytheville. 
Nichols, H. J., Lincoln. 
Oliver, G. H., Berryville. 
Oman, P. D., Rochelle. 
Painter, S. S., Harrisville. 
Parker, Jas. T., Emporia. 
Parramore, Thos. H., Hampton. 
Pennel, A. L.ee, Leesburg. 
Pepper, John A., Bristol. 
Perrow, Eber. Rice, Manchester. 
Perry, T. B., Orange. 
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Pruner, John C, Mendote. 
Perkins, C, Newport News. 
Rankin, H. li., Luray. 
Benalcls, W. R., Salem. 
Robertson, S. T., Floyd C. H. 
Rogers, H. A., Gainesboro. 
Rani bo, F. E., Mathews C. H. 
Rnsli, I. B., Wookstock. 
Rust, D. N., Alexandria. 
RoUgers, W. R., Bells Valley. 
Savage, W. H., Clifton Forge. 
Scott, John D., Childress' Store. 
Schepnioes, Jas. D., Fredericksburg. 
Seniones, Jas. W., Union Hall. 
Shield, F. W., Hampton, Box 50. 
Sims, L. A. Skinquarter. 
Smith, W. O., Louisa. 
Smith, A. Cnstis, Louisa C. H. 
Smith, J. P., Pin Hook. 
Smithy, E. W., Jetersville. 
Speer, J. C, Clintwood. 
Spencer, W. R., Vancouver. 
Sprinkel, G. A., Culpeper. 
Sprinkel, W. B.. Milnes. 
Sprinkel, A. Hume, Culpeper. 
Sprinkel, Chas. C, Harrisonburg, 
St. Clair. R. O., Warrenton. 
Stephenson, R. H., Franklin. 
Stoddard, Windsor P., Manassas. 
Switzer, R. S., Harrisonburg. 
Switzer, J.V., Spring Creek. 
Sydnor, T. Li., Danville. 
*Taliaferro, R. E. liee, Madison Mills. 
Taylor, O. F., Oak. 
Taylor, G. G. Boyd ton. 
Thackston, W. W. H., Farmville. 
Thompson, Jas. F., Fredericksburg. 
Tompkins, M. W., Arrington. 
Tucker, Jas. W., Templeton. 
Tucker. Li. C, Blackstone. 
Turk, W. Roscoe, Moffatt's Creek. 
Thompson, C. A., Tazwell C. H. 
* Taylor, W. A., Stockton. 
Umberger, E. W. M., Wytheville. 
Taughii, Thos. A., Vaughn. 
Termillion, T. R., Dublin. 
Via, W. !>., Stuart. 
Warren, Lexington. 
Ward, S. B., Belle Haven. 
Waynian, E. F., Staunton. 
Wayman, Jos. T., Staunton. 
Whedbee, J. P., Suffolk. 



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Wbitetaead, K., Amherst. 
♦Woodward, A. W., Clifton Forge. 
* Wool, J. Harvey, Farmville. 
Whitelaw, A., Hightown. 
Whitt, W. H., Sword's Creek. 
Wilkinson, W. S., Danville. 
Wills, Thos. C, Columbia. 
Williams, Wm. D., Cape Charles. 
Williams, R. M., Borhannsville. 
W^illianis, I. N., RuckersviUe. 
Wilson, John T., Lexington. 
Wood, W. D., Suffolk. 
Wood, Frank 1,., Eoanoke. 
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DRUGGISTS. 



BALTIMORE. 

Arendt, Charles Canton cor. Hudson. Md. Col. Phar. 1887. 
Beck, Charles Calvert cor. Pleasant. Md. Col. Phar. 1875. 
Becker, Liouis Pratt cor. Ann. Md. Col. Phar. 1870. 
Benson, P. V. Hollins cor. Arlington av. 

Boericke & Tafel (Homoeopathic Pharmacists) 228 N. Howard. 
Cook, Chas. C. Druid Hill av. cor. Lanvale. Md. Col. Phar. 

1886. 

I>annttel, Geo. F. Broadway cor. Gough. 

DeFrehn, Chas. W. Eutaw PI. cor Lanvale. Phila. Col. Phar. 
1882. 

Dull, Wm. H. Penna. av. cor. Wilson. Mem. Md. Phar. Assn. 
£dwards, Wm. F. 1800 E. Bait. cor. Ann. Mem. Md. and Am. 
Phar. Assns. 

Fough, W. M. 1 North av. Md. Col. Phar. 1886. 
Frames, Jas. P. <& Son S. E. cor. Gay and Aisquith. J. Fuller 
Frames, Md. Col. Phar. 1883. Mem. Am. and Md. Phar. 

Assns. 

Oleichman & George, Druid Hill av. cor. Dolphin. Md. Col. 
Phar. 1888. 

Gosman, Adam J. 346 N. Charles. Mem. Am. Phar. Assn. 
Hablistou, Chas. C. N. E. cor. Bait, and Gay. Md. Col. Phar. 
1873. 

Horn, li. C. Mulberry cor. Myrtle av. Tel. 1159. 

Hynson, Westcott & Co. 423 N. Charles. Hynson, Md. Col. 

Phar. 1877. Mem. Am. and Md. Phar. Assns. Westcott, 

Md. Col. Phar. 1889. Mem. Am. and Md. Phar. Assns. 
JelTerson's Broadtray Pharmacy, Broadway cor. Gough. 
Jimenez, liino J. S. W. cor. Eden and Eager. Mem. Bait. 

Protective Phar. Assn. 
Jones, C. Frank N. Gilmer cor. Lorman. Md. Col. Phar. 1887. 

Mem. Md. Phar. Assn. 



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DRUGGISTS. 



Jung, J. G. Lancaster cor. Cannon. 
liapp^S M. Boston cor. Chester. 

liaroque Pharmacy, Thos. Sudler, Prop. Baltimore cor. 
Harrison. 

liilly, Rogers *fc Co. 108 E. Bait, and 6 North av. Wholesale 
and Retail. 

liUCk, Robert Elliott cor. Clinton. Md. Col. Phar. 1881. Mem. 

Am. Phar. Assn. and Md. Col. Phar. 
Petzold, Robert Theo. Exeter and Baltimore, and Charles 

cor. Huntingdon av. Md. Col. Phar. 1880. Mem. Md. Col. 

of Phar. and Am. and Md. Phar. Socs. 
Roy, A. II. Broadway. S. E. cor Lombard. Md. Col. Phar. 1875. 
Sclirader, August Elliott cor Curley. Mem. Md. Phar. Assn. 

and Md. Col. of Phar. 
Scliuize, LiOUis 631 S. Patterson Park av. Md. Col. Pliar. 1884. 

Mem. Am. and Md. Phar. Soc. and Md. Col. Phar. and Bait. 

Protective Phar. Assn. 
Smitli, J. €)lias. Baltimore cor Broadway. Md. Col. Phar. 1883. 

Mem. Md. Phar. Assn. and Md. Col. of Phar. 
SlKller, Thos. Baltimore cor. Harrison. 

Thilliaaii II. B. &, Co., Gay. Central av. and Madison. Md. 
Col. Phar. 1888. 

Thomas Thompson Baltimore cor Light. Thomas, Md. 

Col. Phar. 1872. Thompson. Md. Col. Phar. 1871. Mems. 

Md. Phar. Assn. 
Todd, A. R. 900 Hanover. 

Tumblcson, A. JL, S. E. cor. Broadway and Pratt. Md. Col. 
Phar. 1888. 

Wiesel, John M. 1101 Madison av. cor. Hoffman. Md. Col. 

Phar. 1875. See first page. 
Wolf Brothers Broadway cor. Bank and Eastern av. cor. 

Chester. Charles A. Wolf, Md. Col. Phar. 1878. Michael F. 

Wolf, Md. Col. Phar. 1880. 

WASHINGTON. 
Cassin, Joseph B. 7th cor. M. Tel. 563. 

HOMOEOPATHIC PHARMACY. 
Borman, C. V. 1007 H N. W. 

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Cannon, Bouglas C. 210 Bute. 
French, M. L. 458 Church. 
Montague & Hudgins, 473 Church. 

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